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Moroccan Ports to Receive US$8bn to Improve Infrastructure [African Review]

Morocco continues to promote trade by improving infrastructure, leading a major push to expand capacity at two major ports:

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Moroccan port authorities are encouraging public-private partnerships to increase investments in the country’s ports. Photo: Mhobl/Flickr

Moroccan port authorities are encouraging public-private partnerships to increase investments in the country’s ports. Photo: Mhobl/Flickr

The Moroccan Transport Ministry has revealed that the country’s Tanger-Med and Casablanca ports are likely to receive investment worth US$8bn to improve their infrastructure

Moroccan port authorities are encouraging public-private partnerships to increase investments in the country’s ports. (Image source: Mhobl/Flickr)

Aziz Rabbah, minister of equipment, transport and logistics, said that Moroccan port authorities are allowing public-private partnerships to increase investments in the country’s ports.

In particular, the US$8bn investment would be directed to the ports of Tanger-Med and Casablanca. A third container terminal with new cranes and rubber tire gantries will be added to the port of Casablanca, said government authorities…[Full Story]

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