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Mozambique's Missing Millions

Loans to one of Africa's poorest countries disappeared without trace, and transformed Mozambique into a pariah among international creditors.

Loans to one of Africa's poorest countries disappeared without trace, and transformed Mozambique into a pariah among international creditors.

Kim Gittleson travels to Maputo to go on the hunt for the missing money, while presenter Manuela Saragosa speaks to Mark Lundell, country director for Mozambique at the World Bank, to ask when they and the IMF will have enough confidence in the integrity of the country's public finances to resume support for the government's budget.

(Picture: Mozambican fishing boats financed by undisclosed loans from international banks; Credit: Kim Gittleson/BBC)

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Thu 1 Feb 2018 08:32GMT

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