Investors from 29 countries across the globe meet in Lilongwe Monday to discuss possible investment deals during the third Malawi Investment Forum (MIF).
President Peter Mutharika is expected to open the two-day gathering.
According to Trade and Industry authorities, there are 24 bankable projects to be discussed under the Public-Private Partnership arrangement and 18 private sector projects to be marketed during the two-day forum.
They further indicated that 70 local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) will be given an opportunity to exhibit their products at the event in a quest to help them find international markets for their products.
The African Union (AU) has since tipped Malawi to take the MIF as an opportunity to enhance regional integration through private sector empowerment.