Posts Tagged ‘Casablance Finance City’

Morocco: The Future Gateway to Africa | The Market Mogul

Why Morocco is well-positioned to serve as a business gateway to Africa: Morocco’s steady growth and political stability represent major factors of the country’s growing influence in Africa. Since 1999, King Mohamed VI has initiated major political and economic changes with a focus on renewable energy and sustainable development. The country’s rich culture is a blend of African, Berber and European influences. The following article aims to show how Morocco ...

Liberal reforms in Morocco | DLA Piper

A look at recent changes to Moroccan law which improves the business environment in the country: The wave of liberal reforms that has swept over the Kingdom of Morocco in recent years has intensified over the past few months, under the impetus of His Majesty the King, Mohammed VI. Recent reforms across nearly all lines of business have created a favorable financial and regulatory environment for foreign investment and the ...

Casablanca hopes to build the gateway to markets across Africa | Financial Times

Part of a series on Doing Business in Morocco, the Financial Times looks at Morocco’s positioning as a business gateway to African markets: Casablanca’s Anfa Airport is an unlikely symbol of Morocco’s ambitions in Africa. Once synonymous with the early glamour of air travel, its disused terminal now presides over scrubland. But hidden beneath the former taxiways are newly installed fibre optic cables and the infrastructure needed for a finance ...

10 cities that are rapidly becoming major financial centres | Business Insider

Casablanca makes Business Insider’s list of top 10 new financial centers in the world: The list of world’s biggest financial centers features some stalwarts — like New York, London, and Tokyo — that have stayed at the top of any rankings for decades. But there are also dozens of challengers in the developing world that are giving the giants a run for their money and are giving international investors access ...

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Morocco-US Businesses Set for Fall Meet-ups – Jean R. AbiNader

Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC September 11, 2015 Events in Atlanta and Rabat Underscore Trade & Investment Opportunities While other countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are struggling to get their economies on course, either because of downturns in commodity prices or political instability, Morocco continues to keep its focus on stimulating economic growth. One key part of that strategy is attracting higher levels of Foreign Direct Investment ...
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