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Desperate Malawi leader who flew to China over the weekend has embarked on ‘drum beating’ to buy favours from the Chinese government whose people are nearly outnumbering the natives in business circles as they have invaded Malawi with a wide range of businesses in the name of investment.

President Arthur Peter Mutharika has so far appreciated China-Malawi support on education.
The professor said that apart from the construction of Malawi University of Science and Technology, his appreciation of Chinese support was on infrastructural development like the new Parliament Building and Presidential Hotels and villas.

“I’m very impressed with Malawi’s intention to further the bilateral relationship with China,” said the Malawi Leader who also met some Malawian students currently studying in China.
Malawi leader who has been accompanied on the five days China tour by Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dr. George Chaponda, Minister of Trade and Industry, Joseph Mwanamvekha and Finance Minister Dr Goodall Gondwe, who is expecting to meet with several high ranking Chinese people to discuss investment potentials in Malawi.

Malawi started diplomatic relations with People’s Republic of China in 2007. currently, the country is reeling in poverty and economic woos with the Malawi Kwacha losing money value every week.

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