Posts Tagged ‘business’

Business Brief: Major 3D Printing Facility Launched; Islamic Banking Expands, and Housing Developers Make Money by Doing Good in Social Housing; Casablanca Finance City Adds Well-known Tenant

Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC September 14, 2017 Great news for Moroccan manufacturing as it adds a cross-sector capability in 3D printing. Bahrain’s Al Baraka sets its sights on Morocco’s Islamic banking sector, while the impact of social housing construction benefits both companies and needy families, thanks to government incentives. Thales makes an impression. Thales, a leading French electronics, technology, and IT corporation released information on the inauguration of its first industrial ...

New Report Shows US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement Far Exceeded ITA Expectations

Washington, DC, May 22, 2017, Moroccan American Center for Policy (MACP) – In the twelve years since its implementation, the US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement (FTA) has dramatically exceeded the predictions initially set by the United States International Trade Commission (ITA), according to a new report published today by the Moroccan American Center for Policy chronicling the origins and impact of the deal. “In broad terms, the ITA… predicted that US ...

Bloomberg Names Morocco among 50 Most Innovative Economies in the World

Washington, DC, January 22, 2016 (MACP) — Morocco was named among the 50 most innovative economies in the world and one of just two such economies in Africa by the 2016 Bloomberg Innovation Index released this week. The Index scores economies using seven “factors including research and development spending and concentration of high-tech public companies” as well as patent activity and manufacturing value-added, and evaluated over 200 world economies before ...

Morocco Urges US Businesses to Believe in African Potential at Second US-Morocco Trade and Investment Forum in Atlanta

Washington, DC, October 15, 2015 (MACP) — More than 100 business leaders and government representatives from the US and Morocco convened at Coca-Cola headquarters in Atlanta on Tuesday for the second annual US-Morocco Trade and Investment Forum, where Morocco’s Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises Mamoune Bouhdoud made the case for US investment in Africa, and for using Morocco as a platform to do so. Organized by the Moroccan Embassy ...

Atlanta conference with Morocco is a symbol of successful diplomacy, business ties | The Hill

On October 13, 2015, The Hill’s Congress Blog published an op-ed by Morocco’s Ambassador to the US Rachad Bouhlal and US Representative Hank Johnson (D-GA) on the significance of the second US-Morocco Trade and Investment Forum: Good friends make good business partners, and nothing could be truer of the U.S.’s – and Georgia’s – strong trade relationship with the Kingdom of Morocco. The first Coca-Cola bottling machines introduced on Moroccan ...
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