In Malawi, the Malawian mining industry has suffered from a number of factors.
A series of corruption scandals involving Malawians in the mining industry have been followed by a new corruption scandal involving foreign investors.
Now, the mining company is in the process of pulling out of a $1.8 billion deal with a Chinese mining giant.
The deal was announced in July, but the company has not publicly announced the details.
Now the mining giant, China National Offshore Oil Corporation, has accused Malawia of failing to deliver on its commitment to buy the Malawi coal.
The company has also said that the Malay-owned coal mines in the area have been operating at less than 50% capacity.
The Malawi Mining Industry Association says that the Chinese firm is not responsible for the mines’ production or consumption and has not done any good will.
It is also alleged that the mines have had problems with safety, environmental and social conditions.
The Chinese company has denied all these accusations.
The mining industry is struggling financially.
The coal industry has been hit hard by the recent corruption scandals.
Many miners are not willing to take the risk of operating in a coal-rich country.
Some have also been protesting outside the mines, saying that the coal mines are a threat to the Malagasy economy.
The Ministry of Environment has said that a preliminary investigation has determined that the government did not give sufficient attention to the environmental and cultural needs of the miners.
The Mining Industry Agency of Malawi (MICAK) said that in the past, the ministry had initiated environmental monitoring and had worked with mining companies on environmental issues.
The MICAK said that it has made a number a commitments to the mining companies but that they did not follow them and the mines continued to operate at a low level.
Malawi is a mining nation and the Malaga-based mine has about 50% of the world’s coal reserves.
But the mining sector in Malawi has also been hit by the mining scandals and corruption scandals in recent years.
In April, the country’s Supreme Court rejected the countrys bid to acquire the Malagaras coal mine.
In July, a report said that at least 1,000 miners died in the mines.
It also reported that at the same time, some 4,000 Malagas mines were closed for safety reasons.
The mines also suffered from poor infrastructure and poor maintenance, with a lack of adequate cleaning equipment, the report said.
There are about 3,200 mining workers in Malaga, which has a population of more than 200,000.