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Nigeria loses top FDI destination to Morocco, South Africa

Nigeria may be filled with a huge “potential” narrative, but its attractiveness has been overtaken by Moroccan and South African economies, which now lead the investment destinations in the continent, EY report has shown. More worrisome for the Africa’s largest economy, is the fact that other countries including Ethiopia, Kenya, …

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The government completes the “Competition Council” under chairmanship of Guerraoui

A few weeks after King Mohammed VI appointed Driss Guerraoui as the new chairman of the competition council, Saad Eddine El Othmani, the prime minister, issued a decree on Thursday appointing the rest of the members. El Khalfi, the government spokesman, said in a press conference following the cabinet meeting …

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Ifrane to organize the 3rd edition of the African Trade and Investment Summit

African policy makers and economic operators are meeting Thursday, November 29, and Friday in Ifrane, to try to sketch out the outline of a model of intra-African economic cooperation that combines growth and sustainable development. No less than 200 speakers from 25 African countries will exchange their ideas and experiences, …

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Morocco and the ITFC sign an agreement

The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC), a member of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group, signs a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in trade development and trade capacity building. This cooperation is part of the program of the Arab-African Trade Bridges (AATB), officially launched last year in Morocco under …

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