Posts Tagged ‘infrastructure’

Morocco’s Port of Nador Gets EBRD Financial Support | North Africa Post

Morocco is constructing a new Mediterranean port which will “will provide a boost to regional economic growth”: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced a €200 million loan to state-owned “Société Nador West MED” to enable it finance the basic infrastructure for a new port on the Mediterranean coast of Morocco in the city of Nador. The development of the port is a major boost for eastern ...

EIB Lends Morocco 75 Mln Euro for Water & Sanitation Projects | North Africa Post

Morocco is receiving support for water & sanitation projects to increase quality, reduce waste, and build resiliency of infrastructure: The European Investment Bank (EIB) has granted Morocco this week a 75 million loan destined to help the North African country carry out projects aimed at increasing the capacity of the water production & distribution and improving sanitation networks. This financing operation backs Morocco’s 2012-2016 national strategy to provide the population ...

AfDB Commits € 113 million to Morocco’s Nador West Med Port Complex | MAP

Morocco continues expanding its port infrastructure to expand its role as a trade hub: The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) approved, here Wednesday, a loan of € 112.86 million to Morocco to help finance the construction of the Nador West Med port complex. The loan, granted to the Nador West Med Company, with state guarantee, will be used specifically to finance the construction of port infrastructure in the first phase ...

Morocco ranks 1st in North Africa in infrastructure, World economic Forum | MAP

Morocco’s infrastructure rated the best in North Africa, 3rd overall in Africa by the World Economic Forum (WEF): Morocco ranks first in North Africa in terms of infrastructure quality and 3rd in Africa, according to a recent report on the World Economic Forum (WEF). WEF’s “Global Competitiveness 2015″, designates Morocco as the country with the best quality of infrastructure in North Africa and sixth one on the Arab world. At ...

Abengoa starts work on Morocco desalination plant | Trade Arabia

Talk of pursuing Public-Private-Partnerships for infrastructure projects in Morocco become a reality, as a Spanish multinational partnered with Morocco’s National Power and Drinking Water Office (ONEE) started work on what will be the largest desalination plant in the region: Abengoa, an international company that applies innovative technology solutions for sustainability in the energy and environment sectors, said it has begun construction of a desalination plant in Agadir, Morocco. The announcement ...
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