Morocco’s infrastructure rated the best in North Africa, 3rd overall in Africa by 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 the Arab world, Morocco comes after the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Oman.
Compared to countries in other regions, Morocco holds the 55th place out of 144 surveyed countries.
The WEF experts have studied road transports infrastructure, railways, ports and airports in addition to the quality of energy and telecoms infrastructure.
The ranking is topped by Hong Kong, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Japan, Germany, France, Spain and the United Kingdom.
The infrastructure quality criteria is one of 12 criteria used to measure the competitiveness of a country, together with institutions, macroeconomic environment, health, efficiency of markets of goods, labor market, technology appropriation, market size, enterprise sophistication and innovation…[ORIGINAL STORY, SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED]