Morocco Testing Green Technologies in Farming | North Africa Post

Morocco is working to speed up the adoption of green technology in agriculture and food processing: Morocco has been picked up to participate in a project to spread the use of green technologies in farming and food processing. The project, launched in 2015 at the initiative of the Food and Agriculture Organization, the EBRD and the International Energy Agency to promote the use of green technologies in farming, is primarily ...

A young Arab woman’s new lodging website: No money is exchanged, just ideas | PRI

A young Moroccan woman explains how her travels, including at Hampshire College in the US, inspired her entrepreneurial ideas: The first thing you notice about 22-year-old Yasmine El Baggari is her hat. When we met, she was wearing a sequined fedora from New Orleans. “I have 32 hats,” El Baggari said. “I found hats a great way to connect with people because everyone comments on your hat. It’s a story and ...

Grow Your Business in the Global Marketplace: Morocco an Appealing Gateway to Africa | Utah Policy

A Utah business leader makes that case that Morocco is an ideal business partner for global expansion: Utah businesses looking for a gateway into the continent of Africa should consider establishing a foothold or footprint in Morocco. That’s the advice of World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) President and CEO Derek Miller, who visited the Kingdom of Morocco in April before stopping in Algeria for the annual meeting of the ...

Black gold, white gold | The Economist

Morocco is “a rising star in the west,” according to a special report by The Economist on Arab world economies: [...] In Morocco, by contrast, the mood is hopeful. A smaller country than Egypt, and far from the upheavals to the east, it has been more successful than most other Arab states at holding on to its all-important tourist industry. It is building up its manufacturing sector by seeking to ...

Morocco, China Strengthen Business Ties during King Mohammed VI’s Historic Visit to Beijing

Washington, DC, May 13, 2016 (MACP) — On Thursday during an official visit to Beijing, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI presided over the signing of 15 public-private partnership agreements between Morocco and the People’s Republic of China. The King also announced that, in the interest of improving the two countries’ relationship, Chinese citizens will no longer require a visa to visit Morocco. The agreements covered a range of areas, from housing ...
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