Florida export mission to Morocco set for May | South Florida Sun Sentinel

A business delegation from Florida is visiting Morocco in order to take advantage of its Free Trade Agreement with the US, the sole FTA the US has on the continent, seeking a “gateway” for business in Africa: Florida is organizing an export mission in May to Morocco, the northwest African nation of 33 million residents across the Mediterranean from Spain. The visit is spearheaded by the state’s economic development group, ...

Morocco MPs delegation on working visit to WB and IMF in Washington | Maghreb Arab Press

Members of Morocco’s Parliament are in Washington, DC to build on their partnerships with the World Bank and IMF: A Moroccan parliamentary delegation is currently paying a three-day working visit to the World Bank (WB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington. This visit is part of the partnership between the house of representatives and the World Bank Group on expertize sharing and performance-based budgeting. The delegation is composed ...

Symphony Teleca Opens its Doors in Morocco | Business Wire

California-based Symphony Teleca Corporation opens 50-person office in Morocco, “leveraging the wide engineering talent pool in the area and its proximity to key customer locations across Europe”: Symphony Teleca Corporation (STC), a global innovation and development services company, today announced a new location in Morocco to support continued growth of the company’s global business. Leveraging the wide engineering talent pool in the area and its proximity to key customer locations ...

Text of King’s Remarks at 25th Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla

On Friday, March 13, Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane delivered the following message on behalf of King Mohammed VI to participants at the 25th Crans Montana Forum, held in Dakhla, Morocco March 12-14: Praise be to God May peace and blessings be upon the Prophet, His Kith and Kin Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, It gives me great pleasure to send this message to the current session of the Crans Montana ...

Morocco’s microfinance market, ‘stable, primed for growth’ – IFC | Maghreb Arab Press

The IFC reports that Morocco’s microfinance sector is strong and stable following a 2009 crisis, “primed for growth”: The IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, conducted a study on the crisis that befell Morocco’s microfinance sector from 2009 to 2011 which showed that the Kingdom’s microfinance is “stable and primed for growth.” “This study shows that Morocco’s microfinance market is stable and primed for growth,” said the IFC ...
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