“The technical and financial indicators for 2021 allow us to assess that HCB continues to be a financially robust company, capable of self-financing and, as well, honoring its commitments to the State, shareholders, partners and suppliers”, assures HCB in a statement. According to the document, “Cahora Bassa remains technically a resilient venture” whose commitment is to keep the company profitable. “Our commitment is to maintain HCB as an extremely profitable asset for its shareholders and capable of providing quality energy to our customers”, said Boavida Muhambe, Chairman of the Board of Directors (PCA) of HCB, quoted in the document. HCB also saw its shares on the Mozambique Stock Exchange (BVM) performing “relatively satisfactory” during the 2021 economic year. share, as a result of the market’s confidence in this financial product”. “In this context, it should be noted that, from January to December 2021, around 3.0 million shares were traded, which represents just over 90% of the total of shares traded on the secondary market on the BVM, approximately 6.6 million meticais”, explains the source.
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