The European, Middle Eastern and African Antitrust Review 2017

Mozambique: Overview

Mozambique keeps on its slow but steady path towards full-fledged enforcement of competition law. The first time the subject was addressed in the country was in July 2007 with the adoption of a communication stating Mozambique’s competition policy. At a time when the country started liberalising a number of key sectors and as groundwork to the free flow of trade within Southern African Customs Union, the goal was then to foster a competition culture by creating the adequate legal framework and an authority to enforce it.

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