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Mozambique: On nationalization and its impact nowadays

On July 24 1976 the Mozambican government nationalized all privately owned industries. “After 32 years, what do we make of the process of nationalization and its impact nowadays? Do buildings and business still belong to the Mozambican state? Were they returned to their owners? If not, who are the new owners? Was the process fair? What is the impact?”, questions Reflectindo sobre Moçambique [pt]

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