Malawi is a landlocked state, bordering Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia. It has a sub-tropical climate with a rainy reason (November-May) and a dry season (May to November). Lake Nyasa, some 580 km long, is the country's most prominent physical feature. Malawi is rich in limestone, arable land and hydropower. It also has large reserves of unexploited uranium, coal and bauxite.
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