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Metical (MZM) is the currency in Mozambique

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    100 centavos

Mozambican metical was introduced as currency in Moçambique in 2006. The name derives from the arabic word mitqal meaning weight unit. The currency is issued by the Banco de Moçambique.

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Mozambique is a republic that was declared independant in 1975 after nearly five centuries as a portuguese colony. The country has struggled with two-figure inflation and the population is very poor.

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