Malawi ambassador Mhura courts US investors

The Malawi Ambassador to the United States of America, Necton Mhura has assured US investors that Malawi is a secure investment destination as it has created a conducive investment environment for them.

Ambassador Mhura posing with US President Barak Obama - File Photo

Ambassador Mhura posing with US President Barak Obama – File Photo

Ambassador  Mhura

Ambassador Mhura

A statement from the Malawi Embassy, Washington DC, USA states that Mhura made the announcement during an interview with Voice of America (VOA) in Washington DC with the intention of inviting investors to participate in the forthcoming Malawi Investment Forum to take place in Lilongwe from June 29 to 30, 2015.

The Malawi envoy said that the 2015 Malawi Investment Forum is aimed at showcasing investment and trade opportunities in Malawi, promoting specific investment opportunities to both domestic and foreign investors.

According to press statement; “The ambassador explained that to make it a conducive destination, the Malawi Government has set up a One Stop Center, which is essentially a One Stop Shop, where the investor gets all the front-line permits (immigration incentives), registration of the company and land.”

The One Stop Shop will enable the investors to access all these at one go, avoiding running up from one department to another thereby delaying and inconveniencing the investor in the process.

During the interview, Mhura informed all interested investors that the forum would bring together from both local and foreign sectors such as tourism, energy, manufacturing, infrastructure, agriculture and service offering and offering access to a wealth of information as it relates to various investment opportunities that are bound in Malawi.

Mhura has since expressed optimism that investors from the U.S, Brazil, Russia, India, China, the United Kingdom and other European and African countries will participate in the Forum which will be officially opened by President Prof. Peter Mutharika.

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Samarakunjuta
Guest

All well said by the wise one!!
Shame on u the brutally voted president.
Too much brutality in Malawi.
I vote for federalism!!

VIYAZI TEMBO
Guest

MR MHURA! DON’T MAKE SENSELESS NOISE, THERE IS NOTHING IN MALAWI THAT CAN ATTRACT AMERICANS TO DO BUSINESS, LOOK AT YOUR CURRENCY, USELESS, LOOK AT YOUR FELLOW CITIZEN’S POVERTY SURELY RUNNING THROUGH THEIR VEINS. HOW ARE THEY GOING TO BUY PRODUCTS OR PAY SERVICES RENDERED BY STANDARD AMERICANS. LET CHINESE ALONE OFFER US THESE CHEAP MECHANDISE.

Professor Seyani
Guest

Pay back time a Mhula. Alhomwe woyeeeee

THE WISE ONE
Guest

The US has its embacy in Malawi and all the necessary information is sent back home so Mr Mhura don’t panic preaching to the most advanced nation of your country they even know it better than you do…they also know that we can’t even buy a single tablet of ARV drugs …they know that your government is failing to sort cashgate issues…

Jen Msiyeni
Guest

He is very happy to take a photo with an ever smiling Obama after having a meal at the state house.Thereafter he will be having very pressing issue to attend too of the Charleston shooting in S Carolina to make peace btwn blacks and whites.Chinese investors in Malangalanga are enough in Malawi selling some patapatas and whipping some sleepy lazy Malawians paying them peanuts.

A Cuthbert
Guest

For real? No electricity no infrastructure no medical resources no no acceess to capital startups opportunities no skilled labor ano toilet facilities no nothing. But you are open fo business? For real surely?

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