Free Market Awareness

11
Mar

PRICE CONTROLS HURTING TOBACCO FARMERS IN MALAWI

In Malawi, Tobacco prices have been sliding on the auction floors for the past 15 years. Poor smallholder farmers in Malawi have remained poor because they are cheated by international cartel buyers that collude with government to buy tobacco at exploitative prices and sell the same tobacco for high profit. In a liberalized economy, prices cannot necessarily be fixed. However,

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21
Oct

Free & Subsidized Packages killing Innovation,Creativity in Malawi

Some months ago Malawi a south-east African country was ranked by the World Bank as one of the poorest countries in the world. About 85% of the Malawi population lives in rural areas of which many find it hard to afford daily food. Many people cannot provide for their families, as a result of their families being very big due

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