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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

President Peter Mutharika, champion of the Buy Malawi Strategy (BMS), has reiterated government plans to create factories in rural Malawi through rural industrialization for cooperatives to increase productivity and build community industries. This speaks direct to the core of the BMS which, among others, seeks to see a growing and sustained manufacturing sector to see Malawi move from being a net importer of finished goods. (more…)

September 14, 2018 0

The Buy Malawi secretariat in its drive to recruit companies as members of the Buy Malawi Strategy (BMS) reached out to 106 companies at least by 22nd August, 2018. In his address at the third Business Captains interface in Lilongwe, Dr. Ndala said at least 38 of the reached companies were currently in the processes of completing their membership application process while seven have completed and paid membership fees. (more…)

August 23, 2018 0

Buy Malawi Secretariat has since the 6th of August been engaging Private Sector companies with a view to make them understand the need to register their companies with Buy Malawi Strategy (BMS). Three Business Captains interface meetings have been organised in the three regions of Malawi with two already held in Blantyre and Mzuzu on 8th of August and 15th of August, respectively.  (more…)

August 18, 2018 0

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. Speaking at the start of the Lilongwe trade fair held under the same theme – Industrialization:  Basis for Trade Competitiveness – as the International Trade Fair in June, Acting Principal Secretary Dr. Joseph Mkandawire observed that it is only with focused private sector that the country can achieve industrialisation. (more…)

July 31, 2018 0

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