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Natural resources won't provide mass employment. Mozambique needs to look elsewhere for inclusive economic growth

Good afternoon. Maputo has played host to two major economic conferences this week. First, the Annual Conference on the Private Sector (CASP), where private business and leading government figures, including President Filipe Nyusi, come together to discuss business and the economy. At the same time, international development economics institution UNU Wider held its development conference in Maputo this week, bringing together international and Mozambican experts and practitioners to discuss how to combat poverty, as well as the challenges of climate change, economic inequality, and political instability.

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