Malawi could have become a failed state without devaluation

From Face of Malawi Sat Dec 15 2012, 01:52:45

Historic relations between Great Britain and Malawi hit its lowest ebb when former President Bingu wa Mutharika expelled Her Majesty's top envoy in Lilongwe after a leaked diplomatic cable to London described him as "increasingly becoming autocratic and intolerance of criticism". Following his death in April, his successor Joyce Banda went on a diplomatic charm [...]

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