Oil & gas
Mozambique is expected to be among the world’s top 10 producers of natural gas and coal by 2030.
Partner local firms and capture opportunities in gas explorations, as the government in Mozambique pushes ahead with the US$20 billion Natural-Gas Plan.
Agriculture is the backbone of Mozambique’s economy, where it contributes to more than a quarter of its GDP and employs 80% of its labour force.Mozambique’s agriculture sector is still largely traditional, with farmers relying on simple tools and often lacking materials such as fertilisers for their farms. It is also highly vulnerable to climate changes and extreme weather conditions, resulting in persistent food insecurity and low efficiencies in the use of farmland. Singapore companies can find opportunities to share urban farming and agriculture technology that can help Mozambique improve agricultural productivity.
Learn about Mozambique's business hub
Maputo is capital of Mozambique, and the country’s largest city. It serves as the administrative, communications and commercial centre of the country. It attracts tourists and investors from all over the world, and has robust trade, manufacturing, and service sectors.