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Gloag in Malawi biz boost.

TRANSPORT tycoon Ann Gloag is helping the president of Malawi to get Scottish firms to invest in the African nation.

Joyce Banda praised Stagecoach founder Gloag on a visit to the Scottish Parliament yesterday.

Banda also paid tribute to the close links between Malawi and Scotland and declared her country open for business.

She was speaking on an official visit to the UK which coincides with the bicentenary celebrations of the birth of missionary Dr David Livingstone.

Banda said: "I wish to invite Scottish firms to come and invest in Malawi.

"Malawi has many investment opportunities in agriculture, energy, mining and tourism."


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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
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Date:Mar 20, 2013
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