Malawi's Nkosi encourages rural credit access

Commercial banks should come up with strategies and plans for a greater access to credit by rural communities and other banking services for Malawian entrepreneurs, said Mary Nkosi, the deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of Malawi, has said.

Nkosi said that banks must improve their strategies for nurturing the existing customer base as well as for attracting new ones. She said that customers must be kept satisfied with the quality of service being offered. The deputy said that the central bank

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