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The moske in Lilogwe city

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It was a quite afternoon

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Lilongwe is nice

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in center of town still natural place

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White chicks in Malawi

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Bussines in Malawi


Economy

Malawi's economy remains predominately agrarian, with approximately 85 per cent of the population living in rural areas. Thus, the sector is a key driver of growth, accounting for more than one-third of GDP and 90 per cent of export revenues. However, the sector is highly vulnerable to weather shocks and the frequency of drought has increased in recent years.

The mining and service sectors are likely to be highly influential in shaping the economic environment in Malawi in the future. The Kayelekera uranium mine is scheduled to open in 2009, and at its peak production is expected to increase mining output by 5 per cent and exports by 25 per cent. In 2009, the sector is estimated to grow by 9.6 per cent mainly thanks to these anticipated exports from the Kayelekera mine. Furthermore, increased quarrying, mining of agricultural lime and improved performance by the Mchenga coal mine are also likely to boost mining output further in the years ahead.

As for the future, although Malawi was insulated from the contagion effects of the current global financial crisis, it is likely to suffer from second round effects arising from decline in demand for its commodities, reduced investment inflows as well as overseas development assistance (ODA). GDP growth is therefore likely to slow in the medium future. However, if uranium production reaches the output planned it could partly offset the negative effect of the financial crisis on the Malawian economy.

How's the business in Malawi?


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As a business man here.Last here we had bad time but this year but this thanks to god things are improving.
Mamadou, Mali


it's like any place in planet to do business you'll need to some research.
Kane , Malawi


Not bad like to do business.
Jean , Malawi, Madrid


Phenomenal berakdown of the topic, you should write for me too!
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We want to import white pegionpeas(Toor) from Malawi.Anybody who can supply us good quality at a good rate can contact me on info@peritusinternational.in or call me on cell no. +91 9426001753. Mukund Dhorajiya
Mukund Dhorajiya , India



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Political in Malawi

Politic in Malawi


The current President Bingu wa Mutharika was elected in May 2004 under the patronage of the United Democratic Front (UDF) party. However, he left the party within a year and established a new Democratic Progressive party (DPP), ostensibly because of UDF opposition to his anti-corruption campaign. Political infighting subsequently led to an impeachment motion being launched by opposition MPs. The motion appeared to have lost momentum until the budget debate in 2007, at which point tensions were reignited and eventually led the budget to be delayed by three months. Similar issues arose in 2008 and once again the passing of the national budget was significantly delayed.

In May 2009 legislative and presidential elections were helded.Malawi's President Bingu wa Mutharika has won a second five-year term in office, according to the country's electoral commission.The commission said that he had won 2.7 million votes, with his nearest rival John Tembo winning 1.2 million. Mr Tembo has alleged that there was election fraud.


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At least we have peace then we hope we can still live like this. There's not point to critised african politicien.
Jean , Malawi


This the virus every politicien got in Africa got. If he won is fine but if he lose is fraud. This what happened last year in presidential election
Dido camara, Malawi


What Mr.Camara said is right that the problem with African politicien.
Lela , Malawi, Rio de Janeiro



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Usefull Information Malawi

Top Hotels

  • Sunbird Lilongwe
  • Sunbird Capital
  • Protea Hotel Ryalls

Top restaurants

  • Ali Baba's
  • Modi's Restaurant
  • La Boussole

Place to visit

  • Mount Mulanje
  • Ulisa Gardens
  • Tsimbazaza Zoo

Internet Access

  • Malawi computers and internet accession is very poor.
  • The government is formulating new policies and implementing them to reform the IT system
  • There is an autonomous authority regulating the policies for development of infrastructure. This authority was established with a view to enable Malawi to climb up the stairs in terms of Internet systems and communication systems as a whole thus improving the state of Malawi computers and internet.

Not to miss to see

  • Mount Mulanje
  • Tsimbazaza Zoo
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It nice place to visit Malawi
Alen Tandon


It's nice, where to visit!
Dilton



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