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Lawyers representing various financial institutions in the country have been urged to advise their companies to widen their capital resource base by utilizing other available options such as the Malawi Stock Exchange. 


Despite the global anti smoking lobby, the demand for Malawi’s tobacco is said to be increasing. Chief Executive Officer for Tobacco Control Commission, Kayisi Sadala, said this in Lilongwe when the Commission had an interface meeting with business reporters drawn from Media Network on Tobacco.


The Technical Entrepreneurial Vocational Education and Training Authority TEVETA says it will continue striving for a vibrant entrepreneurial culture among Malawians.


The Tobacco Control Commission says it will train journalists in the country on the professional and in-depth coverage of the tobacco industry.

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