Fuel shortages to continue in Malawi

From Face of Malawi Wed Nov 21 2012, 02:37:46

Malawi will continue to face erratic fuel supply because the country's international suppliers do not still have confidence in the economy, Finance Minister Ken Lipenga has said. Speaking in an exclusive interview on Friday in the wake of the current erratic fuel supplies, Lipenga said: "The difficulties that we see manifesting themselves regarding fuel are [...]

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