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Mutharika, Bingu wa

LC control no.n 90668074
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Personal name headingMutharika, Bingu wa
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Variant(s)Mutharika, B. W. T.
Mutharika, B. Webster T.
Mutharika, Bingu
Mutharika, Bingu W. T.
Mutharika, Bingu Webster T.
Thom, Brightson Webster Ryson
See alsoChief executive of: Malawi. President (2004-2012 : Mutharika)
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Associated countryMalawi
Associated placeIndia United States
Birth date1934-02-24
Death date2012-04-05
Place of birthThyolo District (Malawi)
Place of deathLilongwe (Malawi)
AffiliationUnited Democratic Front (Malawi)
Preferential Trade Area of Eastern and Southern African States
Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa. Secretariat
Profession or occupationEconomists Politicians Presidents
Found innuc89-104910: Author's The changing structure of regional integration ... 1981 (hdg. on MiEM rept.: Mutharika, B. W. T.; usage: Bingu Wa Mutharika)
LC data base, 7-11-90 (hdg.: Mutharika, B. W. T.; usage: Bingu Wa Mutharika)
Wikipedia, Sept. 23, 2008 (Bingu wa Mutharika (born February 24, 1934) is a Malawi economist, politician, and the current President of Malawi; born Brightson Webster Ryson Thom; family name Mutharika, first name Bingu; he later added the prefix 'wa' between his names to disguise his identity)
Guardian WWW site, Apr. 10, 2012 (Bingu wa Mutharika; b. Feb. 24, 1934; d. Apr. 5, 2012; president of Malawi who went from reformer to despot)
Wikipedia, April 4, 2019 (Bingu wa Mutharika; born in Thyolo, Nyasaland; died in Lilongwe, Malawi; parents Ryson Thom Mutharika and Eleni Thom Mutharika; changed his name sometime in the 1960s to Bingu wa Mutharika; bachelor's in economics from Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi; M.A. in economics, Delhi School of Economics; PhD in development economics, Pacific Western University; one of the first employed at the Preferential Trade Area of East and Central Africa (PTA), became its secretary-general in 1991; served in the Malawi civil service; loans officer at the World Bank and at the United Nations Economic Commission of Africa; secretary general of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA); cofounded the United Democratic Front in 1992; elected president in 2004, died in office in 2012)
OCLC, April 5, 2019 (access points: Mutharika, B. W. T.; Mutharika, B. Webster T.; Mutharika, Bingu Webster T.; Mutharika, Bingu wa; Mutharika, Bingu wa, 1934- ; usage: B. W. T. Mutharika (1972-1974); Bingu W. T. Mutharika (1973, 1975); Bingu Mutharika; Bingu wa Mutharika (ca. 1977- ))