An Economic Analysis of Natural Resources Sustainability in Mozambique
Mozambique is a large country, thinly populated, with large areas of unutilized land, with the ratio of cultivated land to cultivable land of only 12%. Its water availability per capita is close to Africa’s and the world’s averages. While ample for present needs, water resources are not so abundant that they can be used casually or inefficiently. The country is particularly rich in fish resources, and the potential is already being largely exploited both in commercial terms as well as in terms of serving as an economic buffer in poorer coastal areas. A similar situation occurs in the mining sector, although the level of exploitation is way below the country’s potential.
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