EU warns govt on spending

From Face of Malawi Thu Nov 22 2012, 06:27:04

The European Union in Malawi has urged the government to make responsible decisions that are not hard to explain and are consistent with the austerity measures being implemented. Head of EU delegation in Malawi, Alexander Baum, made the demand yesterday at the signing ceremony of a Euro 98 million (about K40 billion) three-year assistance agreement [...]

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