Mozambique to Curb Use of Credit Cards Abroad to Stem Outflows

  • Rising use of cards abroad equivalent to half of exports
  • Seeks to ensure companies convert export revenues to meticais

Mozambique plans to limit the use by its citizens of credit and debit cards abroad to help stem foreign-exchange outflows and protect the southern African nation’s economy, which has been ravaged by a slump in commodity prices.

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