EU releases K17bn budget support

From Face of Malawi Fri Dec 14 2012, 03:03:22

The European Union (EU) has released K 17 billion as budgetary support to Malawi. This is the first tranche of a total of K40 billion that EU is to give Malawi in three years under the financing agreement for the Good Governance and Development Contract. In a statement released on Wednesday, EU Press and Information [...]

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