Mota Engil given favours by Bingu wa Mutharika, took over Malawi ports without bidding process

From Face of Malawi Sun Nov 18 2012, 06:10:44

Mota Engil was in March this year given a 35-year concession to run all the four ports on Lake Malawi without due procurement process. We have established that the concession--which allows Mota Engil to run Malawi's ports of Chilumba, Nkhata Bay, Chipoka and Monkey Bay--did not go through competitive bidding procedures. Instead, it was single [...]

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