Mozambique's ban on timber exports
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Mozambique's ban on raw timber exports

Mozambique is a country rich in natural resources, from coal and gas, to agriculture - including timber in the north of the country.

Over the past year the government has introduced a series of export bans on unprocessed timber. It wants to encourage more investment in woodworking jobs in the country, as the BBC's Jason Boswell reports.

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  • 13 Jan 2017
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