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Morocco ranked 100th in the Legatum Prosperity Index

Morocco has been ranked 100th in the 2019 Legatum Institute Prosperity Index, losing five places. Released earlier in November, the report which measured prosperity levels in 167 countries, indicates that the Kingdom ranked 95th in 2018 and 94th in 2017. The index, which is based on a variety of factors, …

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EBRD strengthens its presence in Morocco

After Tangier recently, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will open next Monday another office in Agadir, his third in Morocco. The announcement is by the vice-president of the bank, Alain Pilloux, who’s visiting Morocco. The institution says that this new office will cover the regions of Souss-Massa …

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Sheikh Zayed Book Award: 7 Moroccan titles selected

Seven Moroccan titles have been selected from the long list of “Contribution to the Development of Nations” and “Arts and Critical Studies” categories of the 14th edition of the Sheikh Zayed Book Award. The long list of two categories includes 21 works selected from 411 submitted by authors from various …

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Statistics: Agreement between Morocco and the ILO

The Director General of Statistics and National Accounts of the High Commissioner for Planning (HCP), Mohammed Bircharef, and the Acting Director of the Office of the International Labor Organization (ILO) for Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia and Mauritania, Halim Hamzaoui, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the HCP and the …

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USA reaffirms support for Moroccan autonomy plan

The United States reaffirmed on Wednesday its position on the Sahara issue supporting the autonomy plan proposed by Morocco described as “serious, credible and realistic”. The Sahara issue “is a priority for Moroccans and we are engaged with the United Nations in order to advance a political solution,” said a …

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Bourita met Pedro Sánchez in Madrid

Spain and Morocco have drawn up, Wednesday, a positive assessment of their cooperation in all areas, including economic and anti-immigration. During an interview held in Madrid, between the head of the Spanish Government in office, Pedro Sanchez, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, Nasser …

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