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Power & Energy

Total Value(US $ Million): 16.8

Production of renewable energy generated from biomass resources from crop, plant and animal residues and forest-based value added products. The project proposes two complementing streams to produce the renewable power: 1. Use of anaerobic digestion technology to convert into biogas the residues from slaughterhouses; residual manure; sewage from animal breeding and residual stoves; and rapiers from vegetable crops; 2. The second system involves the ‘Innovative Bio-Refinery’ that produces fuel grade gasoil and kerosene through bio-cracking of residual biomass and/or organic wastes: the so called ‘Synthetic Fuel Catalytic Cracking (SFCC)’ process A feasibility study is yet to be undertaken for the Malawi project. However, based on a similar project implemented in Indonesia, the total project cost is €15,830,000 both for the biogas and bio-refinery plants (€4,370,000 and €11,460,000 respectively for the complementing streams).


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 50

Press Agriculture Limited (PAL) is an agricultural company that is involved in the commercial growing of such various crops as flue cured tobacco, commercial maize, commercial sugar beans for export and seed crops including maize, soya, beans, groundnuts and cowpeas. PAL currently produces approximately 45% of Malawi’s seed crop production for Monsanto, SeedCo, Demeter Agriculture Limited and Pannar Seed. The company recently divested out of tobacco and has been focusing on various cereals and legume crops for both local and export market. The company is the single largest land holder in Malawi and has a gross of 34,000 hectares of land (arable approximately 25,000 hectares) on 75 estates in the Kasungu and Mchinji Districts of Malawi. Out of the 34,000 hectares, PAL is currently operating on 22,500 hectares while the remaining 11,500 hectares were subleased on long term basis. PAL has 22,500 hectares of available land on which it intends to: 1. Recapitalize its operations in the initial 10 years by investing in farm equipment, a pigeon pea (DHAL) processing plant and irrigation equipment. The company has 16 dams with a capacity of 2.5 billion litres of water that require maintenance, electrification and piping. New dams will also be constructed; 2. Increase its crop production from an annual average of 3,000 hectares in the 2015/16 season to 12,500 hectares beginning the 2016/17 season and further increase to 13,200 hectares from the 2017/18 season;Grow an average of 7,000 hectares of pigeon peas for value addition and export and 4,500 hectares of commercial maize for the strategic grain reservesProject


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 2.25

This project entails a community-based commercial dairy production plant on an impact investment model. The plant will purchase milk from the farmers who will be given dairy cows and will manage them under supervision, and the milk will be purchased exclusively by the plant in which, as an incentive for loyalty, the farmers will have a share in. Thus, value will be added to farmers’ raw milk by pasteurizing it, which will then be packaged and sold to end consumers. The farmers will own part of the shares of the processing company thereby earning dividends from profits and part of their earnings from the processing company will be saved in a local savings cooperative to be formed as part of the project. A project that will produce wholesome fresh milk, yoghurts and juices. Participating farmers will be grouped into functional and formal cooperatives that will own the dairy cattle. The cooperatives will also own 20% shares in the processing plant and any subsequent value addition activity based on the cooperative activities.


Manufacturing

Total Value(US $ Million): 4

Manufacturing of various types of beverages including carbonated soft drinks, purified drinking water and blended juices,etc. Looking for the willing supplier/partner with financing facility from exim bank. For further details, please contact our managing director mr sai kiran josyabhatla on his mail id - md@rabmw.com


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million):

NASFAM is a farmer-member controlled system. This control starts at Association level. The NASFAM system is organised into a unique extension network to support its membership of around 100,000 smallholder farmers. The smallest operational unit of NASFAM is the Club, made up of 10-15 individual farmers. Clubs combine to form Action Groups that are the key points in the extension network for dissemination of information to members, and for the bulking of member crops. Action Groups combine to form NASFAM’s Associations. Currently, NASFAM has 43 associations. NASFAM also has a profit-oriented arm called NASFAM Commercial, which provides services to the NASFAM system in terms of commodity trading, product development and commercialization, marketing programs, wholesale and retail sales, crop financing and input supply. NASFAM owns two farms on which it intends to undertake commercial farming activities. Determination of exact activities to carry out is yet to be undertaken. However, both farms present a vast potential for the development of a wide variety of crops & livestock


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 2

Afri-Seed Limited is a limited liability company incorporated under the Companies Act in Malawi whose business model uses rural women for seed production. The organization’s goal is to achieve a combination of traditional farming methods, irrigation farming and mobile technology to improve the efficiency and quality of legume seed yield. Afri-Seed provides the agri-inputs, access to contract commodity buyers, extension services, grading services, packaging services, and farm mechanization to sustainably achieve its aspired goals. Afri-Seed is a growing company with huge potential, considering that 90% of Malawi’s economic activities surround agriculture. Presently, annual turnover is in excess of US$2 million. The company’s activities cover soya and groundnut seed production, packaging, hiring out of farming equipment and seed marketing. There is huge demand for these products both on the local, regional and extra-regional markets. Presently, the company has developed pigeon peas on 1,000 hectares (community-based) destined for the export market. The proposed investment entails purchasing breeder seed and all required farm inputs, purchasing of farm and irrigation equipment, construction of warehouses for seed storage and distribution and purchase of packaging equipment.


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 6.4

Malembo 1 & 2 are estates under Mpatsa Farms Limited. Malembo 1 Estate comprises of virgin land covering 700 hectares stretching from the lake to the main road. Malembo 2 also encompasses virgin and fertile soils covering 400 hectares. The estates are 7 kilometres apart of each other. Lake Malawi is third largest lake in Africa and has water which can be used for irrigation at the estates even if the rains are unavailable. Malembo 1 has grown crops such as maize, Sunflower and vegetables at a small scale on trial basis. Malembo 2 estate is still virgin and requires thorough cultivation in order to begin crop cultivation. Both estates have flat lands which can wholly be cultivated under rain-fed as well as irrigation cropping. The Estates will be utilized into growing legumes for export market with other crops grown for crop rotation purposes. Mpatsa Farms Limited is embarking on a project at Malembo Estate to utilize water from Lake Malawi to produce two cycles of harvest in a year earmarked for the export market. PV solar irrigation system will be installed and commissioned on the entire estate. Consolidated annual yield for the estates is projected at an average of 3,780 metric tonnes.


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 3.278

Khonjeni Estate is owned by Mphatsa Holdings Limited and sits on a 700 hectare land in Thyolo, a district in the southern region of Malawi. It has a water dam with a capacity of 1.5 billion litres. For many years the estate has been registering minimum success with average harvests mainly from rain-fed agricultural cropping. Khonjeni Estate intends to utilize its water dam to produce two cycles of harvest in a year thereby contributing to the national food security through cultivation of crops such as maize and rice as well as contribute to the country’s foreign exchange earnings through export of legumes. The farm will soon venture into Seed multiplication. The project entails development of a mechanized PV solar irrigation system to replace the present irrigation system driven by hydroelectric power supplied by the country’s power generation company, ESCOM. The farm currently has a total of 300 hectares under irrigation and a plan is being executed to make an additional 100 hectares, making it 400 hectares under irrigation. Essentially the estate is being redesigned to be financially profitable, with better returns on investment through a cost-effective and sustainable irrigation system coupled with additional land under irrigation farming.


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 1

Nkhotakota Milling Company Limited buys Rice (Paddy) from smallholder farmers, processes it into polished rice and packages it under the brand name SUNGU for sale to off-takers who are mainly chain store owners within the Republic of Malawi. The company owns warehouses which are capable of handling 3000 metric tons of paddy and 1,000 metric tons of polished rice. The Company intends to capitalize its operations through purchase of more machinery and expansion of its warehousing holding capacity. The company also intends to increase the capacity of its warehouses to accommodate an additional 10,000 metric tons. The project is located on about a hectare of land next to Lake Malawi on which further developments can take place in the future. The outlay of the project infrastructure, apart from the factory facility, comprises the following: • 3 big houses • 4 small houses • 1 big shed (can take up to 2,000 tonnes) • 3 smaller brick sheds • 1 office building • 22 smaller houses (for menial workers) The project is to replace its obsolete and broken-down industrial mill with a new one, and also intends to structure the supply-side capacity in terms of paddy production in the fields.


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 17

Cotton Spinners is a locally owned limited liability company owned by an indigenous Malawian entrepreneur. The company is yet to be operational but the promoter has done substantial assessment studies to establish the potential of the proposed venture. On average, Malawi produces cotton on about 200,000 hectares in the lower shire valley and the lake shore areas. The lower Shire valley accounts for about 50% of the production, southern region uplands around 36% and the lake shore areas the remaining 14%. There are currently 11 ginning companies in Malawi with a combined ginning capacity of more than 150,000MT per annum, and only one spinner of cloth in the country. I. To spin cotton lint into yarn for export; II. To dye yarns, weave towels, knit jerseys, and make sewing threads (Second phase)


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 130

Malbro Group of Companies is an existing entity that is involved in various subsidiary activities, including real estate, agriculture, construction, and mining. The company is owned by indigenous Malawians. Malbro Corn Tech is a subsidiary company under the Group. The project proposes using green technology and wet mill process to convert maize into refined starches which can be used for production of products such as pharmaceuticals, textiles, ethanol, animal feed, corn oil etc. At full production the Starch plant uses just under a million tons of maize per annum. Considering the amount of waste that will be generated by the operations, the project will adopt an 80MW waste to energy plant in the second phase.


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 46.8

Cotton Ginners Limited owns a spinning, weaving and textile mill in Blantyre. Malawi has invested significantly in the cotton industry focusing particularly on ginneries. However, Cotton Ginners Africa Limited would like to work along the value chain where they already have three ginneries. They also have a sister company which crushes cotton seed into lint and also makes laundry soap. The company now aspires to further add value to their lint with the proposed project. With a population of over 17 million people, Malawi has 400,000 cotton farmer who produce not less than 100,000 mt of seed cotton in an area of 130,000 Ha. Approximately 39,000 mt of lint is produced per annum and out of which only 5% is used by a local manufacturer, leaving 95% for export. A 3,000 Kilowatts spinning facility utilizing latest European (Switzerland and Italy) technology on the spinning market, with opening blending and cleaning; carding; drawing; combing; Roving and Rotor spinning capabilities. The project will primarily target the export market, particularly Europe and other yarn importing countries.


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 23.7

The Foods Company Limited (Maldeco) is the largest supplier of fish in Malawi through capture fisheries and aquaculture. The demand for fish is increasing with population growth and increased standard of living and urbanization. The majority of Malawi’s domestic fish supply comes from the Lake Malawi Capture fishery which is showing signs of diminishing yields and future increase in fish capture is not expected. There are no imports and surplus demand is met through fish imports. The development of aquaculture is essential in Malawi in order to secure supply of fish for the growing population, augmenting the Lake capture fisheries and replacing fish imports. At the moment, the aquaculture production in Malawi is estimated at 1,600 to 2,500 tons per year, representing approximately 2% of capture fishery output. MALDECO is currently the main supplier of fish on the Malawi Market. The products that are currently sold by Maldeco include fresh, dry and frozen fish which is sold either whole, in chunks or filleted. MALDECO Aquaculture has planned a land based aquaculture project which entails construction of 200 ponds of 1 hectare each. The land, water and climatic conditions in Malawi are most suitable for fish farming. The project will use the “Continuous Production- Marketing Strategy” resulting in availability of fish 365 days in a year. The project will produce Tilapia Rendalli and African Catfish Clarias gariepinus which are both native fish species. The project will be developed in three phases, at the end of the last phase, the total capacity will be 7,200 tons per year of fish. Human skills are locally available. The project will employ an additional 180 employees but depending on the nature of technology, there might be need to employ expatriates. In the first phase of the project, the continuous production plan of both fish species will result to 3.5tons per week of Tilapia and 3.85 tons per week of catfish.


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 0.34

Aqua-Engineering is a locally incorporated company promoted by two indigenous Malawian entrepreneurs. The company is headquartered in Lilongwe, the Capital City of Malawi and is already undertaking fish pond farming at a small scale. The project entails an integrated farming project proposed by the Aqua Engineering Limited along the lake shore in the district of Salima. A fish farm will be set up to grow fish in earth ponds adjacent to the lakeshore and some fish will also be grown in cages to be set up in the lake. The earth ponds will be used to produce mainly fingerlings which will be reared in the cages to market size. Some of the earth ponds will however be used to grow fish to market size to supplement the supply from the cages. Some of the fingerlings will be produced for supply to other fish farmers in the country. A commercial chicken and vegetable production unit will also be set up as part of the fish farm to achieve an integrated model.


Misc. (Tourism)

Total Value(US $ Million): 10

The Countrywide Group of Companies is a result of a journey that commenced in 1990s by a local entrepreneur who started a car hire company called Countrywide Car Hire. Today, the company has diversified into the tourism industry (with two up-class lodges standing and operational) and real estate. Countrywide Car Hire has operations through-out the country and has three regional offices in all three regions of the country. The company also operates from the major airports of the country. The company presently owns 100 up-class vehicles. Countrywide seeks to build two hotels. The land has been purchased and architectural work completed. One of them is already under construction.


Misc. (Tourism)

Total Value(US $ Million): 0.46

Wallie Resorts is an established private company headquartered in Mzuzu in the Northern Region of Malawi. The promoters own a number of investments primary of which is a vehicle panel beating facility in Mzuzu. However, they are also in real estate development. The project entails the development of a hotel by Lake Malawi which will comprise 20 rooms, a conference center, bar, restaurant and three staff houses. The project framework also includes 10 town houses.


Misc. (Tourism)

Total Value(US $ Million): 2

Chilembwe Lodge is a family business owned by an established indigenous entrepreneur since 1991. The Lodge comprises 35 rooms complete with requisite restaurant, lounge among others. The promoters of the lodge have acquired land to expand from their current 35 room lodge to a 65 room hotel with restaurant, meeting room, conference facilities swimming pool, and business center. The expansion plan is based on the large number of hotel rooms required in Blantyre. Further, having had a good sense of their rivals, the Chilembwe lodge intends to position itself in a place where it can compete with the high quality hotels by providing a quality service while affordable rates yet still maintaining a smaller status. The hotel will provide an upgrade to the Lodge by offering full restaurant, conferencing and other services to enhance the spend-per-customer and to attract a wider range of business clients seeking a full hotel offering.


Misc. (Tourism)

Total Value(US $ Million): 2.6

The Lonely Planet describes Cape Maclear as follows: “A long stretch of powder-fine sand bookended by mountains and lapped by dazzling water, Cape Maclear deserves all the hype thrown at it.” The project is promoted by the Cape Maclear Hotel and Golf Resort Limited, which acquired a 99-year leasehold of 101 hectares along the premier beach of Lake Malawi near the Lake Malawi National Park, a UNESCO World heritage site. However, there will be annexed developments as described below that will make it an integrated project. The project is an initiative consisting of three projects conceived and pursued by Cape Maclear Hotel and Golf Resort Limited and AE7 Group of Companies (together called the “Cape Maclear Consortium”). The initiative is being developed on a combined plot exceeding 4 square kilometers and consists of the following three projects: 1. Cape Maclear Resort A touristic, lesure and residential project featuring 5 hotels, serviced residences, a signature golf club and golf course, an aqua park, an aquarium, a cultural village and a major events arena. The resort will be developed over a 275 hectares plot by Lake Malawi, near Lake Malawi National park. 2. Cape Maclear International Airport An international airport and logistics center project proposed to be located on a Government-owned 4 square kilometer site within 15 kilometers-40 kilometers of the resort site. The airport will feature a 3.5 kilometer runway capable of landing wide-bodies planes. In addition, the airport will feature a regional logistics and processing free zone. 3. Cape Maclear Business Hub A smart economic city anchored around the following proposed two key free zones: • Regional business and trading free zone; and • Regional banking and finance (regulated) free zone.


Misc. (Tourism)

Total Value(US $ Million): 20

Sunbird Tourism Limited, (STL) incorporated in 1988, is a publicly quoted company, listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange. The major shareholder at 71% is MDC Limited, a dormant company, owned by the Malawi Government. STL is a leading operator in the hospitality industry in Malawi and has as its main activity, the ownership, operation and management of seven hotel properties in Malawi. Catering Solutions Limited, a 100% owned subsidiary, is involved in the provision of catering services.With this portfolio, STL is by far the largest single hospitality and tourism enterprise in Malawi employing about 1,000 people and commanding 33% of the total market share. In 2015, the Group achieved a turnover of US$21 million.The group has a total of 7 hotels, all strategically located in Malawi’s key business hubs and resort locations. The proposed investment entails the reconstruction of Sunbird Livingstonia Beach hotel to a 4-5 star status with the following main facilities: • 150 bedrooms • 300 seat conference Centre • 9 hole golf course • Water world There is presently no lakeside resort with the envisaged facilities.


Manufacturing

Total Value(US $ Million): 3

King Tins Manufacturing is a locally owned company. In 2014 the company installed a crown cork production line. The crown corks are supplied to Carlsberg Malawi (ltd) under a 5 year exclusive contract. Kings Tin is currently awaiting final South African Bureau of Standards accreditation to provide crown caps to Coca-Cola which will further expand the market for the crown corks. Presently, Kings Tin supplies 20 million crowns monthly to Carlsberg which will increase with an increased production capacity. The company also manufactures tin cans which are currently purchased by Rainbow paints, Monolux paints and Plascom. The company has its own building and factory premises in Blantyre and has been operational since 2012. Kings Tin intends to expand its crown corks and tin can manufacturing operations through the purchase of a new line of machinery.


Manufacturing

Total Value(US $ Million): 60

Mpatsa Holdings is a locally owned group of companies operating in a number of sectors. The company intends to venture into ethanol production, taking advantage of Government’s prioritization indicated through a programme to replace fossil fuel with bio fuel (Ethanol fuel). Currently the fossil/ethanol fuel blend is 80/20 but the Government has decided to change this to 100% Ethanol fuel. The current suppliers in Malawi are unable to reach the required demand for the product. Mpatsa Farms Ltd, owns 1,100 Hectares of Land which it has allotted to this project. In addition, discussions are underway to acquire an additional 2,000 Hectares in the same area. The project plans to convert this land into a sugarcane plantation with the aim of producing Ethanol fuel and the resultant Biomass will be used to generate electricity that will be sold to ESCOM through the national grid. In addition, the project will encourage smallholder farmers in the area to grow sugarcane which will be sold to the project.


Manufacturing

Total Value(US $ Million): 55

Press Cane Limited, a subsidiary of the Press Corporation Ltd, owns and operates an Ethanol Distillery situated in Chikwawa District in Malawi. The Distillery was established in 2004 and uses molasses supplied by the Nchalo Sugar Mill as a feedstock to produce ethanol. The Distillery is currently operating below its installed capacity due to insufficient supply of molasses from the sugar mill which is located 28km away in the south of the distillery. Compounding the molasses supply challenge, the price of the molasses has increased by more than 300% while the price of fuel ethanol has increased by 190% in the past five years. This has inevitably had an impact on the company’s’ profitability. Going forward, margins are likely to take further knocks in tandem with declining global oil prices. Further to this, and in response to growing need to increase use of fuel ethanol, Press Cane Limited has increased the capacity of the Distillery to 90,000 litres per day hence the need to augment molasses supplied by Nchalo Sugar Mill. Thus, the aim of this Project is to build the capacity of Out-grower farmers in the Chikwawa area to grow sugarcane, which will be crushed and processed into juice and syrup as additional feedstock for Press Cane Limited. It is envisaged that a six stage process engineering approach will be used for the production of syrup from sugarcane comprising of Cane receiving, Cane preparation, Extraction, Clarification, Evaporation and Syrup storage. While addressing the risk posed by procurement of its critical production input from a single source, the project will benefit Out-growers from the creation of a new market for sugarcane grown on land hitherto used by lower value crops. This will contribute significantly to improvement of livelihoods of over 2000 families in the area surrounding the Distillery. The proposed investment comprises design, engineering supply, erection, installation and commissioning of a 1,650 TCD sugar syrup plant with latest technology coupled with a Co-generation plant (9MW) for production of electricity for own use and for export (of the excess) into the National Grid. The plan will be complete with an attached Effluent Treatment Plant at the back end, capable of handling 1,080m3 of vinasse per day which will be used to produce fertilizer under EPC (Turnkey) basis.


Manufacturing

Total Value(US $ Million): 47

Ethanol Company Limited (EthCo), a subsidiary of Press Corporation, Malawi, owns and operates an ethanol distillery situated at Dwangwa in Nkhotakota District. The ethanol distillery uses molasses, a byproduct of the sugar production process carried out by Dwangwa Sugar Co. (a division of Illovo Sugar Ltd.) as a feedstock for the ethanol production process. The EthCo distillery has a capacity to produce approximately 18 million litres of ethanol per annum with a daily throughput of 60 000 litres. The current actual output is only half of the installed capacity due to inadequate availability of feedstock (molasses). The Company has therefore embarked on a greenfield project to mobilize farmers in T/A Mphonde’s area in Nkhotakota, to develop about 2,000 Hectares of irrigated sugar cane which EthCo will be processed into syrup for use as additional feedstock for ethanol production. This project would enable Ethanol Company to assist in meeting Malawi’s current fuel ethanol demand (by law, Malawi has a 20% ethanol blending mandate for all petrol sold in the country) and also gear up for the Malawi Government’s Ethanol Driven Vehicle Program initiative that will see vehicles running on hydrous ethanol as a stand-alone fuel. Irrigation designs for the project have already been prepared. It is estimated that once fully developed, the irrigated farms will produce up to 200,000 tons of cane. The 2000 Ha of land belongs to out grower farmers with most of them owning less than 5 Ha. The farmers will work together in cooperatives or zones to run a farm. There will be up to 6 farming units. Current demand for fuel ethanol in Malawi is estimated at 24 million litres. Current production using locally supplied molasses is 16 million litres. It is projected that demand will grow to 50 million litres as the economy grows and once the Ethanol Drive Vehicle Program is implemented. The syrup mill is being sized to fill up the existing feedstock gap and will be designed for scaling up as the demand grows. 1. A 1500 Tons Cane per Day syrup mill complete with a 7MW cogeneration plant at Mpondagaga in T/A Mphonde’s area 2. A 2000 Hectare sugar cane irrigation scheme and associated infrastructure The front end of the factory will be exactly like any sugar mill but instead of producing sugar, the process will stop after the sugar cane juice has been concentrated into syrup. The syrup will be treated to prevent degradation and then transported to the Distillery 45 Kilometers away, in road tankers


Misc. (Services)

Total Value(US $ Million):

IC-Tech is a Malawian company that was incorporated in 2015. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of AHL Group Limited of Malawi. AHL Group Limited is one of the top five holding companies in Malawi and owns the following subsidiary operations: • AHL Tobacco Sales • Agriculture Trading Company • TIL Limited • Malawi Leaf Company Limited • AHL Chemicals and Steel Limited • AHL Commodities Exchange Limited IC-Tech was established to provide ICT Solutions to the companies within the AHL Group (a ready market) and to corporates, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and Government Departments and Organizations in Malawi, and to markets in the region and extra-region. IC-Tech intends to invest in upscaling technologies for ICT enablers in Agriculture and Education as a way of improving efficiencies towards increased agricultural production and management systems in the Agriculture sector. Such investment areas include the following: Agriculture • Enabling farmer access to price and other market intelligence through mobile phones and interactive radiobroadcasts to solve problems; • Digital multimedia to share new techniques/practices and provide ICT based information on grades and standards; • GPS technology for plotting source of produce; • Websites development or farmer organizations and producer groups, including on-line discussions forumsthat can help farmers reach out to wider markets; Education • Public Private Partnership in development and management of computer laboratories across the country; • Internet enabled vans to provide internet connectivity in rural areas; • School management system to handle various school systems and sub-systems


Misc. (Services)

Total Value(US $ Million): 150

Celcom Limited was incorporated on 16th March 2010 as a private limited company under registration no 10394 in the Republic of Malawi. Celcom Limited was formed as an investment vehicle for MBL Holdings Limited with the objective of diversifying into the telecommunication sector within Malawi. MBL Holdings Limited is a diversified group with multiple subsidiaries engaged in Transport, Farming, Agriculture Commodity Trading, Tourism Pharmaceutical, Timber and Garment Manufacturing. The investment entails the development of a cellular phone venture. Celcom Limited is a third GSM cellphone Licensee in Malawi. It was issued a GSM operating license in 2011 after emerging successful in the evaluation of bids following the invitation by the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) for submission of tender bids to offer Mobile Telecommunication Services in the country.


Agriculture

Total Value(US $ Million): 1.2

Global Seeds proposes a project to collaborate with grain traders and seed companies in India for forward contracts of grain export.Global Seeds intends to partner with Indian Seed companies to register popular seed varieties of cow pea and pigeon pea from India and then sell the seed locally to grain Producers. Global Seeds then intends to use the same networks of pushing seed to the farmers to buyback grain produced by the farmers for exporting to grain markets to India in the forward contracts



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