Legislative, business and administrative reforms coupled with political will and drive are cementing Malawi’s business reforms that the country has become competitive at international level, the Malawi Investment and Trade Centre (MITC) has said.

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Energy and Tourism are among key sectors that investors in the United Kingdom can access with already made projects that are ready to take off, the Malawi UK Business Group was told in London this week.

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…. invested over US$100 million

The British Investment firm CDC says it is raising millions of dollars for investments in Malawi and is open to receive proposals to grow entrepreneurs especially in the agro-processing sectors with potential to produce products for export.

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The World Travel Market (WTM), one of global largest travel shows has recognised Malawi’s efforts in developing sports tourism, highlighting the Orbis Challenge as the “the most intriguing triathlon”.

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..energy, roads, business complex, hotels

Buoyed by stabilisation of the economy and falling inflation, Malawi Government has embarked on development of the country’s infrastructure to cope with increasing investments the country is attracting.

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Dozens of tourists who have been to Malawi flocked to the Malawi pavilion at the on-World Travel Market currently underway in London, telling global travellers of their experiences of warm heartedness of Malawians.

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The CNN has for second year in a role put Malawi as a must-see destination for any tourists wishing to experience Africa and Rough Guides puts it at number three in the World. That is the story of Malawi’s hidden treasure- the beautiful natural and warm nation that offers a complete African experience.

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Development of Industrial Hemp regulations that will enable Malawi to formally join the growing nations is set to start this December as it awaits Cabinet approval, the Malawi Investment and Trade Centre has said.

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Malawi economy is on the path to recovery and its growth will move from the projected of 3-5 percent expected in 2018, followed by a rise to 6-7 percent over the medium term- the International Monetary Fund has said. The IMF also projects lower inflation that could settle around 5% which will be the lowest in years for Malawi.

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