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Bankruptcy Law Seminar
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Bankruptcy Law Seminar

Seminar on the proposed Bankruptcy Law

Debate-se nova lei de insolvência e recuperação das empresas


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Economic agents, lawyers, economists and academics gathered last Thursday in Maputo at a seminar organized by CTA - Confederation of Business Associations of Mozambique, in partnership with Mozambique SPEED (Support Programme for Economic Development and Enterprise) and Sal Boiler & Lawyers, aiming at the dissemination and discussion of the draft Law of Insolvency and Business Entrepreneurs.

Agentes económicos, juristas, economistas e académicos reuniram-se ontem quinta-feira, em Maputo, num seminário organizado pela CTA - Confederação das Associações Económicas de Moçambique, em parceria com a SPEED Mozambique (Programa de Apoio ao Desenvolvimento Económico e Empresarial) e a Sal & Caldeira Advogados, visando o debate e a divulgação do projecto de lei de Insolvência e Recuperação dos Empresários Comerciais.

Download the presentation from Jose Manuel Caldeira from Sal and Caldeira.

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"The [lack of] Bankruptcy Law in Mozambique does not serve the purpose or the Government and even the private sector - the economic transformations he country has witnessed over the past decade necessitates a bankruptcy law for Mozambique"

– Rogério Manuel, CTA President

“A lei de Falências vigente em Moçambique não acompanhou as transformações que o País sofreu e, certamente, não serve os propósitos nem do Governo e nem mesmo do sector privado”

– Rogério Manuel, presidente da CTA
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