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Macroeconomics

The bulk of SPEED’s efforts go toward working with the private sector and government to improve the business environment via a wide range of partnerships and activities. At the macro level, SPEED work on reforms that will likely enhance the Mozambique’s overall competitiveness.

SPEED’s work highlights the potential for Dutch Disease and other issues related to the resource boom, which are critical problems facing Mozambique today. Specifically, real appreciation of the exchange rate threatens the competitiveness of key job-creating sectors, such as agriculture, where 75% of Mozambicans earn their living.

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