IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde confident Malawi reforms will turn economy around

From Face of Malawi Mon Jan 7 2013, 23:54:11

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde is confident that the ongoing reforms in Malawi will turn the economy around. In a statement made at the end of her visit to Malawi over the weekend, Lagarde admitted that Malawi's recent economic situation has been difficult with drought and lower-than-expected foreign exchange earnings dampening growth [...]

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