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infrastructural investments & socio-economic development in Mozambique

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infrastructural investments & socio-economic development in Malawi
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Socio-economic growth and development in Malawi, contingent on infrastructural investment. “IT’S AFRICA’S TIME” travels to Southern Malawi and Likoma Island to observe the impact of Mota-Engil’s extensive road rehabilitation programs. The Chikhwawa–Bangula road is a very important resource as it is a north-south corridor and provides access to border of Mozambique in the South, and subsequently affords land-locked Malawi with access to the sea. The provision of cheaper more efficient transport services enables faster access for goods and people and facilitates more competitiveness in the marketplace.

 

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Mota-Engil   S1V44 MOTA-ENGIL:
Building Infrastructure to Enable Transportation Access for Goods, Services and People
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S1V45 MOTA-ENGIL:
Poverty Alleviation in Malawi through Significant Infrastructural Development
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