|Agricultural prospects look promising in 2006|
|Thursday, 9 February 2006,|
|By Frank Jomo|
Despite agricultural prospects look promising in 2006, the effects of drought that have rocked the Southern Africa’s landlocked country in the past decade will continue to weigh down on the country’s economic growth.
A report released by the Standard Bank of South Africa in Johannesburg says Malawi’s economic growth will continue to be influenced by the behavior of the agricultural sector, which accounts for 40 percent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
"It's shameful that the UDF party wants to take us back to the dark days,"
Mr Gwanda Chakuamba (2003)
Thursday, February 09, 2006
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