Foreign movies shot in Morocco in 2014 generated $121m | Maghreb Arab Press

Attracting foreign films to shoot in Morocco generated over $121 million for the local economy in 2014: Foreign movies shot in Morocco during the year 2014 generated a record sum of 1.17 billion dirhams versus 220.90 million dirhams in 2013, said, on Saturday in Tangiers, director of the Moroccan Cinema Center (CCM) Sarim Fassi Fihri. Presenting the results of the national cinema for 2014, before the closing of the 16th ...

The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA), Morocco Sign Memorandum of Understanding | Travel Pulse

The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) signed an agreement with Morocco, looking to build on the fact that American visitors to Morocco have jumped from 80,000 to 220,000 in ten years: ASTA, the Moroccan National Tourist Office and Morocco’s National Confederate of Tourism signed a memorandum of understanding to broaden promotional efforts to woo more U.S. visitors to the destination. While details are still being ironed out, broadly speaking, ...

Moroccan government proposes to boost central bank independence | Reuters

Morocco is proposing new banking and financial reforms, which will include further  independence for the central bank: Moroccan government is proposing a draft law that gives the country’s central bank much more independence and prepares it for major financial reforms and a more flexible currency exchange system. The North African kingdom is set to allow the creation of Islamic banks and enable private firms to issue Islamic debt, after parliament ...

Morocco to host Hub Africa investment conference | Disrupt Africa

Casablanca will host the 3rd Hub Africa conference to continue advancing the entrepreneurial and investment ecosystem in Africa: The third Hub Africa conference is to take place in April in Morocco, with entrepreneurs and investors invited to collaborate to build the investment ecosystem in Africa. The event is to take place on April 2 and 3 in Casablanca, Morocco, and will run under the theme “Believe in Africa, invest in ...

EBRD approves first country strategy for Morocco | The Financial

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has released its 1st country strategy for investing in Morocco: The Board of Directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has approved its first country strategy for Morocco, which focuses on four key priorities identified in cooperation with the Moroccan government: realizing Morocco’s entrepreneurial potential; regional inclusion; sustainability and commercialization of public services and infrastructure; and advancing the development ...
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