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Think Buy Malawian as we Celebrate 54 Years

Malawians and foreigners resident in Malawi, have been encouraged to re-think their buying habits as the Southern African nation celebrates 54 years of independence. In a joint statement released in Lilongwe today, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Hon. Henry Mussa, MP, and the UNDP Resident Representative Maria Jose Torres said as Malawi celebrates 54 years, it is important for citizens and foreign residents to consider buying locally produced goods and services to grow the economy. Read full statement here: 

Buy Malawi Initiative

The Government of Malawi through the Ministry of Industry Trade and Tourism has reiterated the need for manufacturers in Malawi to roll up their sleeves and stand film in order to industrialise the country’s economy. (more…)

July 31, 2018 0

Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism (MoITT), Mr. Henry Mussa has challenged local pharmaceutical manufacturers not only to target the Malawi Market, but also think global.Honourable Mussa was speaking in Mangochi on Thursday July 12, 2018 at a review meeting on the implementation of the Pharmaceutical Chapter of the Buy Malawi Strategy (BMS). (more…)

July 20, 2018 0

A decision by supermarkets such as People’s, a subsidiary of conglomerate Press Trust, and Shoprite to source horticulture products locally, has resulted in sustainable jobs and income for local poor women in the Southern Malawi district of Thyolo. According to People’s Supermarkets Perishables Manager Chancy Chimchere, the company used to import vegetables like lettuce and English cucumbers, in the process wasting the scarce forex and exporting jobs. (more…)

July 5, 2018 0

Malawians and foreigners resident in Malawi, have been encouraged to re-think their buying habits as the Southern African nation celebrates 54 years of independence. In a joint statement released in Lilongwe today, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Hon. Henry Mussa, MP, and the UNDP Resident Representative Maria Jose Torres said as Malawi celebrates 54 years, it is important for citizens and foreign residents to consider buying locally produced goods and services to grow the economy. Read full statement here: 

July 5, 2018 0

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