Reforms restoring Malawi's financial sector credence

From Face of Malawi Mon Dec 24 2012, 05:30:06

Economic reforms being implemented in the country are contributing positively to the financial sector where confidence has been brought back both locally and internationally. Malawi's largest commercial bank, the National Bank of Malawi (NBM), has said. NBM Chief Executive Officer, George Partridge, told a media conference in Blantyre on Friday that Malawi's credit risk has [...]

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