Imports in Mozambique
Mozambique - Imports (percent change)Leading data indicates that economic conditions remained weak in Q3, despite showing some signs of improvement, after GDP contracted heavily in Q2 due to the Covid-19 fallout. Economic sentiment climbed from July’s record low in August on the back of the industrial and services sectors. That said, sentiment remained far below its pre-pandemic levels seen earlier in the year. Moreover, although the private sector PMI edged higher in September, activity and demand continued to falter while confidence fell to a near four-year low, as pandemic-related restrictions continued to bite. In other news, the government tabled its draft 2021 budget to Parliament on 29 September, earmarking lower spending while projecting a fiscal deficit of 9.1% of GDP. Meanwhile, on 2 October, the IMF approved a six-month extension of debt service relief to several low-income countries, including Mozambique.
Mozambique - Imports (%) Data
|Imports (annual variation in %)||-4.7||-37.5||10.4||18.1||10.2|
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|Exchange Rate||62.43||0.48 %||Jan 01|
|Stock Market||0.1||0.0 %||Jan 06|
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