Morocco is increasingly being seen as a gateway for doing business in Africa:
Over the recent years Morocco has established its self as a bastion of stability on the doorstep of an often-turbulent Northern Africa region that was marred with violence during the Arab Spring. The country’s burgeoning economic and commercial links—across the continent and beyond—and expanding contributions to regional political stability and security, has put it as an attractive portal for investors seeking a footprint across Africa.
Morocco’s Casablanca Stock Exchange has already played a key role in the economy since it was established in 1929, by bringing together investors and issuers in a modern, liquid and transparent market. The exchange is creating opportunities through its 76 listed companies, with more listings expected…[Full story]