17 - 19 September, 2012, Hotel Avenida, Maputo, Mozambique
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Last year is well remembered as the turning point in Mozambique’s economy, with the first export of coal paving the way for Mozambique to secure future fiscal sustainability from natural resources, however the challenges of industrial integration, strategic alignment of capacity building, financial services, infrastructure development, government and business participation plays a pivotal role on how coal impacts business and future investment. Investors require confidence that regulatory structures protect their financial commitments and need to see flexible entry and exit conditions.
This masterclass will demonstrate from the investors, financiers and project developers’ perspective what
environments provide the best investment conditions, how coal can be used as the engine for sustainable
development and economic integration.
This masterclass will explore recent developments and prospects of how coal can impact economic
growth and business in Mozambique by addressing:
This masterclass is designed to introduce you to the basic fundamentals and new updates to the legal framework for mining in Mozambique and addresses the following:
Senior Partner, SAL & Caldeira Advogados
About your workshop leader:
Samuel Levy handles SAL & Caldeira’s clients in relation to oil & gas and mining, among other matters. He has advised clients in respect of most of the recent mining contracts signed with the Government of Mozambique. He is also involved in legal reform in the sector, having participated in the drafting of regulations relating to installation licensing, environmental licensing, special labor regulations, special regulations for foreign labor and the mega projects law. Mr. Levy helped found both the Mozambican Association of International Petroleum Operators (AMOPI) and the Chamber of Mines of Mozambique (CMM). He is admitted to practice in both Mozambique and New York.”
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