Mozambique Announces a 10% Reduction in the Price of Electricity

  • Mozambique’s Minister of Economy and Finance, Adriano Maleiane, has announced a 10% reduction in the price of electricity as of June 2020, in the context of mitigating the impact of the pandemic of Covid-19.
  • Minister Maleiane made the announcement in the Assembly of the Republic last Friday. 

“Starting next month, all general rate consumer customers, all of them, will have a 10% reduction in the bill,” said Adriano Maleiane. The move is yet another contribution to try to mitigate the effects of the pandemic caused by the new coronavirus, he added, without providing further details about the decision.

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