Posts Tagged ‘Africa tour’

Moroccan King Lights Up Ivory Coast as Trade Pushes South | Bloomberg Business

Morocco’s push into sub-Saharan Africa spurs development: [...] Attijariwafa Bank, Morocco’s biggest lender, has 312 branches in West Africa. It helps finance many of the kingdom’s regional projects, including the 100 billion CFA Francs ($171 million) cleaning of Abidjan’s lagoon, the largest of about four dozen accords signed during Mohammed VI’s visit. Maroc Telecom bought Emirates Telecommunications Corp.’s West Africa operations this year for $650 million and plans to invest ...

King and Gabonese President launch in Libreville construction of vocational training center in transport and logistics | Maghreb Arab Press

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI concludes his tour of West and Central Africa: King Mohammed VI and Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba launched, on Friday in Libreville, construction of a vocational training center in transports and logistics professions, illustrating once more Morocco’s African calling and the Sovereign’s permanent commitment for robust south-south cooperation. Worth 57 million dirhams investment, the center, to be carried out by the Mohammed VI foundation for sustainable ...

Gabon, Morocco Sign Key Agreements to Further an Exceptional Cooperation | North Africa Post

More details of agreements signed in Gabon, part of King Mohammed VI’s recent diplomatic tour of west and central Africa: The visit of King Mohammed VI to Gabon, last leg of a tour that took the Moroccan sovereign to Senegal, Guinea Bissau and Côte d’Ivoire was marked by the signing of four cooperation agreements in the sectors of health, vocational training, handicrafts and social and solidarity economy. The signing ceremony ...

Morocco Strengthens Ties with Africa through Sustainable Projects – Jean R. AbiNader

Multiple Agreements Signed during King Mohammed VI’s Visit to Four Countries Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC June 10, 2015 Morocco’s King Mohammed VI continued his economic diplomacy in Africa these past weeks visiting Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, and Gabon. The most remarkable feature of these visits is the down-to-earth bilateral projects agreed to, which wed Moroccan expertise and resources with specific human and economic development goals in each country. Morocco is ...

King, Gabonese President Chair Presentation Ceremony of Moroccan-Gabonese Cooperation in Human Development | Maghreb Arab Press

Details of agreements signed in Gabon, part of King Mohammed VI’s recent diplomatic tour of west and central Africa: King Mohammed VI and Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba chaired, Monday at the presidential palace in Libreville, the presentation ceremony of the Moroccan-Gabonese cooperation in human development, notably the experience-sharing between the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH) and Gabon’s Human Investment Strategy (SIHG). Both integrated policies, which aim at reducing ...
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