Aluminum, manufacturing, coal, petroleum, chemical, finance, cement, glass, telecommunication, textiles, forestry, food processing, and beverages are the primary industries in Mozambique.
Agriculture, energy, industry, information technology, telecommunications, tourism, and logistics are the secondary industries in Mozambique.
Mozambique's GDP is driven by the agricultural, financial, and construction sectors. Although agriculture employs 70% of the population, it still requires significant government assistance.
Mozambique has an abundance of mineral reserves, including graphite, coal, rare earth piles, and rubies. The government is excited about expanding the mining sector and gradually transitioning into mineral processing.
Mozambique has a high potential for hydroelectric energy, thermal power generation, natural gas, and renewable energy development.
Mozambique's transportation sector is expanding, owing primarily to significant investments in road and port infrastructure.
While the country observed Covid-19 restrictions, the information and communications technology sector became a substitute means of ensuring economic development continuity by providing support to businesses, education, health, and social activities. The main skills required in these sectors are data storage, cloud computing, and cybersecurity.