Malawi courts United Arab Emirate investors

A 43-member Malawian business delegation is in the United Arab Emirate (UAE) to explore investment opportunities.

Minister of Infomation and tourism, Kondwani Nankhumwa:  Delegations leader
Minister of Infomation and tourism, Kondwani Nankhumwa: Delegations leader

The delegation, which left Malawi at the weekend, is being led by Information, Tourism and Culture Minister Khondwani Nankhumwa.

The Malawian businesspersons are expected to hold meetings with business officials in Dubai on Monday and Tuesday during the visit organised by the Malawi Investment and Trade Council (MITC).

MITC chief executive Clement Kumbemba said the purpose of the visit was to explore markets for Malawian products and to court UAE companies to invest in the southern African country.

“We are going to UAE to find markets for goods and services manufactured in Malawi,” Kumbemba told The Nation daily.

The Malawian delegation comprises representatives of companies in the financial services, agro-industrial, mining and tourism sectors.

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Fathi Alshab
6 years ago

Gentlemen i hav worjed in niddke east Dubai dies nit manufacture cars..infact 70pct if uts ecinomic sctivity is impirts for re-export.
ndiye a bankhunwa anakata!why not Industry minister.. we reslly get iur priorities wrong. abankhumwa akadaputa ku far east for tiurisn investment -singapore, thailand, maduves etc mwina zingayende…even mauritus or deychelless.

Ma battery a mlakho
Ma battery a mlakho
6 years ago

Mpakana 43?Mudzayese kuwadyera Aluya adzakudulani

Blessings khonje
6 years ago

Kanthu ako Amthalika

Blessings khonje
6 years ago

Come on Dubai please come and start selling ur cars here in Malawi.may be boost our economy.

Kaya
Kaya
6 years ago

That z useless government of Peter,just waste of money.

JESPAS
JESPAS
6 years ago

We have heard these stories for too long. In fact, these people have gone on a government sponsored shopping spree. Nothing new will come out of this.

Papa
Papa
6 years ago

Boma ilo!!!!!!!!!!!

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