Malawi: Malawians Hit By Drop in Money Transfers From Relations Abroad

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 20/05/2021
[Nyasa Times] A 33 percent drop in remittances from Malawians working or living abroad to their friends or relatives back home has resulted in negative consequences to about 80 percent of the country's households, Nyasa Times has (...)
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