Government asked to share load of fuel reserves

From Face of Malawi Tue Nov 27 2012, 12:06:29

Petroleum marketing companies have hailed government for moving towards the establishment of fuel reserves in the country but have proposed the involvement of the private sector in the operation of the reserves to lessen the burden on tax payers in the venture. The government-run National Oil Company of Malawi (Nocma) has since indicated its willingness [...]

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