Minister of Industry and Trade Joseph Mwanamvekha has said reforms that government has instituted are aimed at improving the ease of doing business in Malawi to attract the much-needed foreign direct investment (FDI).
He said last week at a partnership conference in Visakhapatnam in India, that Malawi offers investment opportunities in agriculture, tourism, manufacturing, mining, energy, real estate and financial services.
“Malawi is a safe and stable country and your investments would be safe as the country is also a signatory to the multilateral investment guarantee agency.
“In addition, government has set up and streamlined Malawi Investment and Trade Centre to make it more efficient in the delivery of its service as a one–stop window for expediting registration of new investments,” said Mwanamvekha in a speech made available to Business News.
The conference was jointly organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), State Government of Andra Pradesh and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and Indian Government.