Urbanization is often a problem but Malawi’s largely rural economy could do with more of it. It also has a chance to plan.
The Southern African nation of Malawi is bordered by Mozambique to the south and west, Zambia to the east, and Tanzania to the north. As of 2015, it has an estimated population of 17.2 million. With the support of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, Malawi has been able to make important economic and structural reforms and sustain its economic growt...
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