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Marrakech Mining Convention: A new platform for the global mining industry

The Ocher City hosts the “Marrakech Mining Convention (MMC-2019)” from 17 to 19 April, organized by the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development with the strategic support of the OCP Group.

The Marrakech Mining Convention 2019, which is already positioned as “the new platform for meetings of the global mining industry”, will allow participants to present their products and services in a dedicated space where their brands will be visited by influential people from around the world.

According to a statement issued by the organizers, the event will feature a rich program of conferences and round tables that will present investment opportunities in several countries.

This will be the occasion for Morocco, the host country, to present its new Mining Code, its development plans as well as the exceptional investment climate prevailing in the country, to an assistance composed of representatives of ministries, national companies and multinationals, mining wholesalers, investors and industrialists.

In total, a dozen Ministries of Mines have already confirmed their presence, including: the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development of the Kingdom of Morocco, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy of the Republic of Albania, the Ministry of Mines and Steel Development of Nigeria; the Ministry of Petroleum and Minerals of the Republic of Sudan.

They have also confirmed their presence: the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of the Republic of Turkey, the Ministry of Mines and Mineral Resources of Sierra Leone, the Ministry of Mines, Industrial Development, Trade and Promotion of private sector of Chad, the Ghana Minerals Commission, the Geology Department of The Gambia, as well as leading mining companies such as Managem, BKT, Jacobs Engineering SA (JESA), VIST Group and Maya Gold & Silver.

Note that this event will also see the participation of more than 50 companies, decision-makers, mining executives, investors and think tanks from different countries, said the source.

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