Mozambique opens prepaid electrical meter factory
MOZAMBIQUEBy BiztechAfrica - Aug. 20, 2012, 4:40 p.m.
A factory to manufacture prepaid electricity meters has been opened in Maputo.
The new enterprise, belonging to the South Electro Company, was opened at a cost of USD200,000 and employs 50 people.
The factory is expected to produce around 150,000 units a year.
The meters will be distributed nationally.
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