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Republic of Mozambique
Ministry of Economy and Finance

Republic of Mozambique
Ministry of Economy and Finance

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STIMULATE THE LOCAL PRODUCTION OF GOODS ACQUIRED IN SCALE BY THE STATE

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STIMULATE THE LOCAL PRODUCTION OF GOODS ACQUIRED IN SCALE BY THE STATE

This measure aims to generate an incentive for goods that are frequently acquired in scale by the Government to be produced locally. In this framework, public procurement rules will be adjusted to ensure that local production carries a higher value in public tenders’ criteria.

The measure aims to create an incentive for goods that are currently purchased on a recurring scale by the state to be produced locally.

In this framework, public procurement rules will be adjusted to ensure that the addition of productive value in Mozambique is much more valued in the evaluation criteria for public tenders, and to allow for an increase in the duration of contracts so as to generate predictability of revenues for companies investing in the industrialization of Mozambique.

This shift from a state procurement paradigm focused on large, long-term transactions aims to encourage industrialization of the country that will result in more quality domestic jobs.

STIMULATE THE LOCAL PRODUCTION OF GOODS ACQUIRED IN SCALE BY THE STATE

This measure aims to generate an incentive for goods that are frequently acquired in scale by the Government to be produced locally. In this framework, public procurement rules will be adjusted to ensure that local production carries a higher value in public tenders’ criteria.

The measure aims to create an incentive for goods that are currently purchased on a recurring scale by the state to be produced locally.

In this framework, public procurement rules will be adjusted to ensure that the addition of productive value in Mozambique is much more valued in the evaluation criteria for public tenders, and to allow for an increase in the duration of contracts so as to generate predictability of revenues for companies investing in the industrialization of Mozambique.

This shift from a state procurement paradigm focused on large, long-term transactions aims to encourage industrialization of the country that will result in more quality domestic jobs.