Economy Morocco

FOTO/AP - Vista aérea de la central solar marroquí Noor 3 en Ouarzazate, en el centro de Marruecos
With ambitious financing and training programmes, the North African country is counting on its renewable energy potential to cope with the implementation of the carbon tax. In order to green the Moroccan economy and achieve the expected sustainable development, the Kingdom must optimise logistics, transport and streamline procedures and deadlines to encourage investment in the energy sector

Wind and solar, two pillars of renewable energy in Morocco

AFP/ERIC BARADAT - Sede del Grupo del Banco Mundial en Washington, DC
Despite the global economic slowdown, the World Bank said several indicators reflect Morocco's external resilience, including strong external demand for the country's goods and services. "Foreign direct investment (FDI) flows continue to be important for the country and are increasingly oriented towards the manufacturing sector," said

World Bank forecasts 2.8% growth in Morocco by 2023

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Half a thousand entrepreneurs, investors and business people converge at the 1st Business Forum in Nouakchott, aimed at boosting the great transformation of the country at the western end of the Sahel

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