Posts Tagged ‘Bombardier’

Morocco’s aerospace industry soars | Blouin News

Morocco’s targeted investments in developing an aerospace manufacturing industry are paying off: French aerospace firm Daher will open a third manufacturing plant in Morocco next year, L’Usine Nouvelle reported on Monday. The $16.26 million compound will be one of several new additions to come in the near future as Morocco’s aerospace industry blossoms. In 2014 the Moroccan government launched an Industrial Acceleration Plan, aimed at boosting the country’s economy and ...

Morocco making a name for itself in aeronautics sector [How We Made it in Africa]

A look at Morocco’s progress in creating an aeronautics industry, and what remains to be done to build on that achievement: Morocco holds a strategic position on the African continent. Companies often choose to set up first here to gain access to other markets in Africa. Indeed, its geographic proximity to Europe, its political stability and a cheap workforce constitute a powerful advantage. This is especially true for the aeronautics ...

Morocco Continues to Attract Investments in Manufacturing – Jean R. AbiNader

* Expands potential for supply chain job-creation *  . Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC  July 17, 2014 Morocco continues to strengthen its position as a leading platform for business development in Africa with the announcement of two new manufacturing investments. Although one usually doesn’t connect Morocco with the Farnborough Air Show, that’s where the announcements were made by Moroccan Minister of Industry, Trade, Investment, and the Digital Economy, Moulay Hafid Elalamy. ...

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Morocco: Record of Growing Prosperity, Progress over Past 15 Years – David S. Bloom

. * How much Morocco has changed, for the better, in the past fifteen years * . David S. Bloom, MAC July 9, 2014 July 30th marks the 15th anniversary of Morocco’s King Mohammed VI ascension to the throne. In evaluating the accomplishments of an American President, one often asks: “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?” The following images will demonstrate just how much Morocco ...

A Deeper Look at North Africa’s Economic Growth – David S. Bloom

David S. Bloom, MATIC May 29, 2014 Judging North African economies solely by their GDP growth can be a messy proposition.  Libya draws upwards of 70% of its GDP from resource extraction – mostly from oil – which is sensitive to global price fluctuations. It is also sensitive to local militias deciding to cut off production. Even a more diverse economy like Morocco, which has no hydrocarbons to buttress its ...
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