Fix fuel price, Katsonga tells JB

From Face of Malawi Tue Dec 11 2012, 01:03:46

Malawi opposition People's Progressive Movement (PPM) president Mark Katsonga, has slammed the government for introducing Automatic Price Mechanism (APM) and has since asked it to abandon the policy altogether. Katsonga said this on Thursday in Blantyre at a press briefing his party organised to deliver what he termed a reflection of 2012 and forecast of [...]

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