Zambia lifts maize exports ban

From Face of Malawi Wed Nov 14 2012, 07:48:23

Malawi's neighbor Zambia has with immediate effect lifted an export ban which it imposed on maize and wheat bran saying Malawians are now free to trade in the commodities between the countries. The ban was imposed in May this year in accordance with the Control of Goods Act Cap 421 Section 3 of the Laws [...]

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