Posts Tagged ‘IMF’

Thanks to its many assets, Moroccan economy is on right track, IMF official | Maghreb Arab Press

The IMF says Morocco’s economy “is on the right track,” following diversification and poverty reduction: Thanks to its many assets, the Moroccan economy is on the right track, said Jean-Fançois Dauphin, Chief of French-speaking countries division at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), noting that prospects are promising on the mid-term. The Moroccan economy has several assets. Over the past decade, a noteworthy diversification combined with an important growth rate and ...

Why global lenders are favouring Morocco | Ventures Africa

As a result of economic reforms, “Morocco has grown into a rising African star, charting an economic course for other African nations to follow”: Over the past half-decade, Morocco has seen a significant improvement in its relationship with the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other multilateral financial institutions. The latest validation of this is a $200 million loan from the World Bank. This renewed friendship has been driven ...

Morocco MPs delegation on working visit to WB and IMF in Washington | Maghreb Arab Press

Members of Morocco’s Parliament are in Washington, DC to build on their partnerships with the World Bank and IMF: A Moroccan parliamentary delegation is currently paying a three-day working visit to the World Bank (WB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington. This visit is part of the partnership between the house of representatives and the World Bank Group on expertize sharing and performance-based budgeting. The delegation is composed ...

If You Want to Create Jobs in the Maghreb, Enable Entrepreneurs – Jean R. AbiNader

. * Latest Wamda survey results highlight obstacles to growing companies * . Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC June 20, 2014 In the coming months, I’ll continue to write about issues related to strategies for economic growth in the Maghreb and youth employment in particular. These topics are particularly challenging because jobs, equality, and dignity are themes still resonating negatively after the Arab uprisings, as there has been little progress in ...

IMF’s Christine Lagarde on Need for Strengthening “the Middle” – Jean R. AbiNader

. * Speaks in Morocco on challenges of post-Arab Spring economic and human development * . Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC May 9, 2014 In Rabat on May 8, Christine Lagarde, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), provided her analysis and prognosis of the “The Arab Countries in Transition—Strengthening the Economic Middle,” an insightful overview of the challenges and trends in the region. Lagarde noted that despite the ...
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