Cost of living soar by 20% in 2012 thanks to Bingu wa Mutharika policies

From Face of Malawi Sun Jan 13 2013, 23:56:54

Malawi's Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) has said the average cost of living for a low-income family in cities rose by 20 percent in 2012 from K70 930 (about $208) in January to K84 463 (about $248) in December. This shows how people's disposable incomes were affected over the year partly due to economic reforms [...]

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