Mozal Case Essay

561 words - 3 pages

 

THE
 MOZAL
 PROJECT
 

The
 Mozal
 Project.
 Intro.
 
Aluminum
 Industry
 
  Grow:
 2-­‐3%
 per
 year.
  Mission:
 
  •  reduc'on
 of
 poverty,
 
  •  ensuring
 of
 economic
 stability,
  •  new
 working
 places
 crea'on,
  •  develop
 human
 capital,
  •  provide
 cri'cal
 infrastructure.
 

Loca;on:
 Mozambique
 

Very
 poor,
 
  underdeveloped
 country:
 
  •  lower
 income
 per
 capita,
 
  •  higher
 indebtedness,
  •  higher
 country
 risk,
  •  poor
 legal
 effec'veness,
  • 
 last
 in
 terms
 of
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  Promote
 private
 sector
 investment,
 spur
 investment
 along
 the
 Maputo
 Corridor.
  Lots
 of
 experience
 in
 emerging
 markets,
 know
 how
 to
 structure
 deals.
 
  Bring
 credibility
 to
 a
 project
 and
 provide
 comfort
 to
 poten'al
 lenders.
 Reduced
 poli'cal
 risk.
  Perform
 detailed
 appraisal
 analysis
 
 of
 the
 project.
 Environmental
 and
 social
 impact
 assessment.
 
Entrée
 into
 Mozambique
  The
 South
 African
 power
 u'lity
 that
 provided
 50%
 of
 the
 con'nent’s
 power,
 wanted
 to
 expand
 its
 opera'ons
  outside
 of
 South
 Africa
 and
 u'lize
 some
 of
 its
 excess
 capacity.
  Rebuild
 Mozambique’s
 damaged
 electricity
 infrastructure
 &
 develop
 inexpensive
 hydroelectric
 genera'ng
  capacity.
  Build
 another
 aluminum
 smelter
  Make
 use
 of
 the
 poten'al
 availability
 of
 compe''vely-­‐priced
 hydroelectric
 power
 in
 Mozambique
  AMrac've
 labor
 costs
  Favorable
 investment
 incen'ves
  Well-­‐structured
 deal,
 with
 clear
 iden'fied
 risks.
 
 

Interest
 in
 suppor'ng
 the
 construc'on
 of
 a
 smelter
 in
 Mozambique,
  New
 electrical
 and
 industrial
 infrastructure,
  Improve
 macroeconomic
 situa'on
 and
 climate
 for
 private
 sector
 investment
  Develop
 human
 capital
 among
 Mozambicans
 

Maturity
 of
 Project
 Structuring
 

•  Project’s
 significant
 economic
 and
 development
 benefits.
  •  Aluminum
 industry
 growth
 of
 2-­‐3%
 per
 year.
  •  Need
 for
 5
 million
 tons
 of
 new
 primary
 capacity
 over
 the
 next
 10
 years.
  • ...

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