Mozambique Plans 12% Raise to 2017 Spending, Document ShowsBy
Nation plans total budget of about $3.5 billion next year
Expenditure as proportion of GDP will decline to 33.9 percent
Mozambique’s government could boost expenditure by 12 percent to 272.3 billion meticais ($3.5 billion) next year, according to a budget document seen by Bloomberg.
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