Malawi hosts first ever Malawi-china investment forum
President Professor Arthur Peter Muthalika has said Malawi will be start producing up to 7000 megawatts of electricity after completion of the upgrading process in 2017.
Muthalika has revealed this during the opening of china-Malawi investment forum on Tuesday.
He welcomed 100 delegates from China who arrived in Malawi on Monday through Kamuxu International Airport.
“Your are most welcome to Malawi the warm heart of Africa,”said Mutharika.
He said his government has embarked on electricity generation to overcome blackouts and accommodate investors.
Mutharika promised to tighten security to create a safer environment for investors.
In his speech ambassador of China to Malawi Shi ti Wang said they had decided to hold the forum because there is cordial relationship between the two countries.
“China is second richest country in the world and thought of hosting this forum in Malawi among the 50 countries because we are in good relationship,” Wang concluded.