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Buy Malawi Initiative

Buy Malawi Day, 18th March 2022

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Mark Katsonga-Phiri today called on all Malawians to shift their mindset to buying local ...
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BMS: A Priority for Minister of Trade

The Minister of Trade, Hon. Sosten Gwengwe on Tuesday, 28th July 2020, visited Shoprite, Chipiku Plus and SPAR Supermarkets in ...
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Ori: 28 years of supplying meat

Ori Meat Products has called on government to encourage the country’s supermarkets to sell more locally produced goods as a ...
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FDH: Providing best financial solutions

FDH Bank is a wholly-owned Malawian diversified investments and financial solutions centre with a variety of financial services. The bank ...
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Global Seeds supplies improved varieties

Global Seeds Limited, a Malawian-owned company established in 2012, has introduced new seed products aimed at improving crops in the ...
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Offering home and personal care solutions 

Local manufacturers of home and personal care solutions, Candlex Limited, recently introduced Bliss Body Lotion on the market. Bliss is ...
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COVID-19 Update!

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