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BSP Registers Progress in Promoting Quality Services

Officials from Blantyre Service Providers (BSP) Group say tremendous progress has been made in supporting both local and cross border traders to offer quality services to their clients.

The group spokesperson, Catherine Mussa told Zodiak on Friday that since the formation of the group last year, unity and trust have been built among business operators to prioritize needs and satisfy customers.

“We are able to direct people on where to get various services, be it catering, selling of goods and products.

There is togetherness among members to make sure that Blantyre residents and others get better services,” said Mussa adding that they have also created some employment for the youth.

The spokesperson further stated that they intend to have another big capacity building training this year to impart traders with new skills of transacting business.

“We want traders to use all available technologies to create more business opportunities,” she explained.

The group has 150 members and it plans to have 200 members by the end of this year to enhance smooth running of business within and outside Malawi.

This comes when the Malawi government is striving to create a better business environment with plans to increase exports to other countries including China to boost economic and trade cooperation.

Minister of Trade and Industry, Simplex Chithyola Banda told parliament on Wednesday that Malawi has been approved to export soya beans, dried beans and tea to China.

Under the framework of the forum on China-Africa cooperation has been granting duty free treatment to most Malawian products exported to China.

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