Since its civil war ended in 1992, Mozambique has experienced impressive economic growth. The country’s GDP has grown by more than 6.5 percent per year since 2007 (WFP 2012); despite recent global economic crises, Mozambique’s economic growth rose an impressive 7.5 percent in 2012 (World Bank 2012). Inflation reached a record low in 2012 at 1.2 percent (World Bank 2012).

Agricultural Production
Agricultural Production2011201220132014
Rice Production
FAO 2014
271,402 MT102,000 MT142,000 MT155,742 MT
Wheat Production
FAO 2012
20,350 MT17,653 MT19,800 MT20,710 MT
Maize Production
FAO 2012
2,178,842 MT1,177,390 MT1,207,000 MT1,357,220 MT
Agricultural Exports
Agricultural Exports2010201120122013
Rice Exports
FAO 2013
76.00 MT76.00 MT1.00 MT1.00 MT
Maize Exports
FAO 2013
16,132 MT8,309 MT7,030 MT31,424 MT
Agricultural Imports
Agricultural Imports2010201120122013
Rice Imports
FAO 2013
303,638 MT348,870 MT465,882 MT526,975 MT
Wheat Imports
FAO 2012
551,379 MT378,353 MT547,580 MT766,934 MT
Maize Imports
FAO 2010
75,826 MT138,255 MT114,060 MT119,383 MT
Soybean Imports
FAO 2013
239.00 MT2,129 MT3,279 MT801.00 MT
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