Malawi should remain on course with reforms

From Face of Malawi Sun Dec 9 2012, 05:09:15

It is pleasing to learn that one of the country's major bilateral donor, Britain, has resuming aid to Malawi almost 18 months since it suspended the same over concerns of bad governance. This is the first disbursement of budgetary support since the suspension in July 2011 following a bad track of bad economic governance and [...]

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