Principle Secretary in the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Cliff Chiunda brought the development to light in Lilongwe Monday during a media briefing on the forthcoming Malawi-India Business meet on Friday March 17, 2017 at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC).

“India has the biggest market of pigeon peas in the world and it is the highest buyer and as such we cannot lose the market. During the meeting we will make sure that Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is signed for us to continue exporting more.

“The current situation is that we import more from India than we export and the trade gap for Malawi-India in 2015 stood at US$110, 202, 000,” explained Chiunda.





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