Posts Tagged ‘economic development’

EBRD approves first country strategy for Morocco | The Financial

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has released its 1st country strategy for investing in Morocco: The Board of Directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has approved its first country strategy for Morocco, which focuses on four key priorities identified in cooperation with the Moroccan government: realizing Morocco’s entrepreneurial potential; regional inclusion; sustainability and commercialization of public services and infrastructure; and advancing the development ...

Moroccan Economy on the Right Track | IMF

IMF Mission Chief for Morocco reports on Morocco’s positive economic outlook, fueled by reform: The Moroccan economy is faring better due to significant progress in implementing economic reforms, but the country should sustain efforts to maintain gains and achieve higher and inclusive growth, the IMF said in its latest annual assessment of the economy and first review of the liquidity line that Morocco obtained from the global lender in 2014. ...

2015 Challenging Domestic Agenda for Morocco – Jean AbiNader

Lower Energy Prices, Cuts in Subsidies Will Support Economic Progress   Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC January 14, 2015 In this second in the series on what’s ahead for Morocco in 2015, we look at key domestic issues that are priorities for the government, as well as the people of the country, who are concerned that external factors will complicate Morocco’s progress. Three primary areas that directly affect the lives of ...

Moroccan Exports to Increase by $950m in 2015, Euler Hermes [Maghreb Arab Press]

Big news for Morocco’s strategy to boost exports: Moroccan exports will increase by 8.4 billion dirhams [about $950 million] to reach 240 billion dirhams late 2015, officials from the Euler Hermes, a global credit insurance company, announced on Tuesday in Casablanca. Europe, India and Africa are the top destinations for the sectors of chemical products, agri-food and textile, they said. Presenting the results of its 2nd Trade International Observatory: “Exports ...
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