Mozambique Says Reserves Undermine Market-Stabilizing MettleBy
Central bank holding reserves worth 3.2 months of imports
Currency has weakened 21 percent against dollar this year
Mozambique’s diminishing international reserves are undermining the central bank’s ability to stabilize the foreign-exchange market as the metical, Africa’s worst-performing currency, continues to depreciate, Governor Ernesto Gove said.
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