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PSA suspends its activities in Morocco

The PSA Group has decided to suspend production activity at its Kenitra site for two weeks from Thursday, March 19, 2020. The automaker has set up a steering unit to adopt in real time the measures necessary to protect its employees and manage the business. It also established prevention measures …

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Exco launches third factory in Morocco

The Canadian Exco Technologies continues its investment momentum in Morocco. After announcing in 2019 the construction of a second factory in Morocco adjoining its historic site in Tangier Free Zone, this industrialist who develops and manufactures dies, molds, components and consumable equipment for the die-casting industries, extrusion and automotive, has …

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Peugeot 208 voted “Car of the Year 2020”

Once again, the new Peugeot 208 was voted car of the year 2020 last Monday in Geneva. The consecration “Car of the Year” was awarded by 60 European specialist journalists. The jury praised its range of engines. Jurors also praised the bold design and technology of the new 208 from …

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Citroën launches new 6,900-euros car made in Morocco

Citroën launches a new car made in Morocco in the PSA factory. The second historic brand of the PSA group unveiled Thursday at La Défense in Paris, the Citroën Ami, a new car which will be sold at 6,900 euros. The launch is scheduled for next June. This model, just …

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52 new speed cameras on Moroccan roads

The Minister of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water said that 52 radars will soon be installed across the kingdom. Abdelkader Amara made the announcement, last Tuesday. The installation of these radars aims to reduce the number of accidents by 50% by 2026, assured the minister. “We had noticed that the …

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Varroc obtains a new loan from the EBRD

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is still funding Varroc. The European institution has just granted a loan of around MAD 160 million (15 million euros) to Varroc Lighting Systems Morocco. The loan will allow Varroc to continue supplying Renault factories in Tangier, Peugeot PSA in Kenitra as …

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