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Mozambique: Rail and Port Infrastructure for Coal Advances

According to an interview last week with CODIZA chairman Abdul Carimo, the Portuguese company Mota-Engil won the tender to build a railway line from the coalfields in Tete province to the port of Macuze in Zambezia, a project worth an estimated $2.3bn. The winning bid by Mota-Engil succeeded against competitors from China, Turkey, South Korea and Brazil. The total cost of the Zambezia corridor, including the railway line and a deepwater port at Macuze, is estimated at $5bn.

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