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Review of African Political Economy No.91:53-72
© ROAPE Publications Ltd., 2002
ISSN 0305-6244

Bank Corruption Becomes Site of Struggle in Mozambique
Joseph Hanlon
Abbreviations, References


ABSA, Amalgamated Banks of South Africa

BCI, Banco Comercial e de Investimentos, Commercial and Investment Bank

BCM, Banco Comercial de Moçambique, Commercial Bank of Mozambique

BCP, Banco Comercial Português. Portuguese Commercial Bank

BdM , Banco de Moçambique, Bank of Mozambique

bn, billion, 1 000 000 000

BIM, Banco Internacional de Moçambique, International Bank of Mozambique

BPD, Banco Popular de Desenvolvimento, People’s Development Bank

BPI, Banco Português de Investimento, Portuguese Investment Bank

BSTM, Banco Standard Totta de Moçambique

CAS, World Bank Country Assistance Strategy

CCADR, Caixa de Crédito Agrario e de Desenvolvimento Rural, Agricultural Credit and Rural Development Fund

CSM, Companhia Siderúrgica de Moçambique, Mozambique Iron & Steel Company

EMOSE, Empresa Moçambicana de Seguros, Mozambique Insurance Company

EMM, Empresa Metalúrgica de Moçambique, Mozambique Metalworking Company

FDC, Fundação para o Desenvolvimento da Comunidade, Community Development Fund

IMF, International Monetary Fund

Impar, Companhia de Seguros de Moçambique, Mozambique Insurance Company

INSS, Instituto Nacional de Segurança Social, National Social Security Institute

mn, million, 1 000 000

PCA, Presidente do Conselho de Administração, Chairman of the Board

SBB, Southern Bank Berhad

Trefil, Companhia Moçambicana de Trefilarias, Mozambican Wire-drawing Company

UCB, União Comercial de Bancos, Commercial Banks Union


Banco Português de Investimento (1996), BPD – Banco Popular de Desenvolvimento SARL, Memorando de Venda

Evans, Peter (1995), Embedded autonomy: states and industrial transformation, Princeton University Press, Princeton.

Hanlon, Joseph (1984), Mozambique: the revolution under fire, London: Zed; (1991), Mozambique: Who Calls the Shots, Oxford, James Currey; (1996), Peace Without Profit: How the IMF Blocks Rebuilding in Mozambique, Oxford, James Currey; (2000), ‘Power without responsibility: the World Bank & Mozambican cashew nuts’, Review of African Political Economy, 83, pp 29-45.

IMF (1996), ‘Republic of Mozambique: Request for Arrangements Under the Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility’, 30 May 1996.

KPMG (2001), ‘Avaliação da Carteira de Créditos e Outros Activos’, Maputo.

Landau, Luis (1998), Rebuilding the Mozambican Economy, Country Assistance Review, World Bank Operations Evaluation Department, Washington.

Riley, Stephen (1998), ‘The political economy of anti-corruption strategies in Africa’, The European Journal of Development Research, 10.1, pp 129-59; (2000) ‘Western policies and African realities: the new anti-corruption agenda’ in K R Hope Sr & B C Chikulo (eds.), Corruption and Development in Africa, Basingstoke: Macmillan.

Szeftel, Morris (2000a), ‘Between governance & underdevelopment: Accumulation & Africa’s ‘catastrophic corruption’’, Review of African Political Economy, 84, pp 287-306; (2000b) ‘Clientelism, corruption & catastrophe’, Review of African Political Economy, 85, pp 427-441.

World Bank (1990), ‘Mozambique Country Economic Memorandum’.

Wuyts, Marc (1986), ‘Money and planning for socialist transition: The Mozambican Experience’, PhD thesis, Open University, Milton Keynes.

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