The global economy presents important and interesting challenges for Mozambique’s businesses and policymakers alike. Mozambique has a strong interest in regional and global policy processes such as those taking place in the WTO, in negotiations with the EU concerning new Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs), and in amendments to and extensions of SADC and SACU agreements. But its influence in these international and regional arenas is very limited. Fortunately, the most important policy issues that globalization presents are domestic. And it is here that Mozambique is sovereign. While international and regional treaties and agreements place some limitations on that sovereignty, most of them limit actions that would be against Mozambique’s best economic interests.