Definition of Malawi kwacha
1. Noun. The basic unit of money in Malawi.
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Literary usage of Malawi kwacha
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1. Access to Credit and Its Impact on Welfare in Malawi by Aliou Diagne, Manfred Zeller (2001)
"... in profitability of hybrid maize production because of the devaluation of the malawi kwacha and the abolition of fertilizer subsidies in 1994/95. ..."
2. Agricultural Policy Reforms and Regional Market Integration in Malawi by Joachim von Braun, Alberto Valdés, Kay Muir-Leresche (1993)
"The increase in money supply, coupled with devaluation of the malawi kwacha during the 1980s, contributed to a worsening of inflationary conditions. ..."
3. Achieving Food Security in Southern Africa: New Challenges, New Opportunities by Lawrence James Haddad (1997)
"Flotation of the malawi kwacha was another major change implemented through the structural adjustment program. As discussed in Kamwendo (1997), ..."
4. International Business Practices (1993)
"MALAWI •Population: 9.0 million • Currency: malawi kwacha (MK) •GDP: US$20 billion •Language: English and Chichewa BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS A series of laws ..."
5. AIDS, Poverty, and Hunger: Challenges and Responses by Stuart Gillespie (2006)
"Total nonfood, non-durable-goods expenses: a daily value in malawi kwacha was determined for all nonfood, nondurable goods consumed by the household ..."