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Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Aid for better connectivity..

The World Bank is bankrolling the implementation of Malawi’s component of the Regional Communications Infrastructure Project (RCIP) which entails the construction of infrastructure linking Malawi to the coastal landing stations of submarine fibre-optic cables expected to be operational by 2010. The Malawi government and the World Bank hope that the project will improve productive capacity and reduce the cost of doing business. 
This is yet another positive use of aid. More detail via Nyasa Times.

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