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kingdom of morocco an emerging market cabc economic forum 06 07 march 2012

Kingdom of Moroccoan emerging MarketCABC Economic Forum06-07 March 2012

Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

  • A Constitutional, Democratic, Parliamentarian and Social Monarchy

Political Stability

  • Coalition Government

Participative

Democracy

  • Reinforcement of Human Rights
  • Dynamic Reforms : IER, CNDH, CCME, Family code
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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

Infrastructures

Over 1.000 km of existing highways, 400 km /year scheduled until 2012

Network composed of two lines with a total length of 20 km in cities of Rabat & Sale.

15 International aéroports nationwide

Moroccan High Velocity Train

Inaugurated in 2009

Tanger MED Port

Integrated Industrial Zones, Off-shoring and Agro pôles

Sea Product transformation platform in Laayoune

Rabat Technopolis

Agropole de Meknès

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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

Economic Policies and Sectorial Strategies

  • Fisheries
  • Plan Halieutis
  • Agriculture Plan vert
  • Plan Emergence
  • Tourism Vision 2020
  • Off-shoring
  • Automotive
  • Aeronautics
  • Electronics
  • Agro-industries
  • Textiles
  • Plan take-off
  • Biotechnology
  • Nanotechnology
  • Micro-electronics
sectorial strategies

Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

Sectorial Strategies

Solar Plan- Ouarzazate

National, ambitious and realistic project aims at establishing by 2020 a capacity of 2.000 megawatts. This production capacity represents 38 percent of the installed power by late 2008 and 14 percent of the electric power by 2020.

Five sites have been identified for the launch of that project, which is part of the energy of the strategy set out as per the High Directives of the Sovereign. These sites are those of Ouarzazate, Ain Bni Mathar, Foum Al Oued, Boujdour and Sebkhat Tah.

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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

Sectorial Strategies

Port Tangier Med

Its particular position on the Straits of Gibraltar, at the crossing of two major maritime routes, and 15km from the European Union enable it to serve a market of hundreds of millions of consumers through the industrial and commercial free zones which are run by well-known private operators.It also wins a big part of the market of container transshipment and has already become a leading hub for cereal transshipment as well. 

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Sectorial Strategies

Tourism Plan 2020

Vision 2020 is the extension of our national tourism strategy that started 10 years ago and at that time was called Vision 2010. Tourism in Morocco had a proactive strategy launched with several structural measures being taken over the past years. It was a very serious and dynamic vision, which allowed us to double the number of tourists – from 4 million in 2004 to roughly 10 million in 2010, to triple the income of the sector, to double the bed capacity in Morocco and to position tourism today as one of the main economy sectors in Morocco representing roughly 10% of its GDP

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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

Sectorial Strategies

Part of Morocco Green Plan: The Agropole of Meknes

The Green Morocco Plan's strategy concerns a sector which contributes 19% of the GNP, with 15% from agriculture and 4% from agro-industry. This sector employs more than 4 million rural inhabitants, and has created approximately 100,000 jobs in the agro-industry sector. It also plays an important social role as 80% of the 14 million rural inhabitants depend on revenues from the agricultural sector.It is important to remember that the sector is directly responsible for the food security of 30 million consumers.

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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-08 March 2012

Business Environment

Legal System

Infrastructures

Economic and Sectorial policies

Taxation and Cost Factors

Access to a large International Market

Orientation

And Counseling

bombardier chooses morocco

Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

Bombardier chooses Morocco

Bombardier Aerospace announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco for the establishment of a manufacturing facility in Morocco. Bombardier Aerospace intends to invest approximately $200 million US in equipment, buildings and start-up costs over the next eight years. - 6th Nov 2011-

renault plant in tangier

Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

Renault plant in Tangier
  • Thanks to a partnership between the Kingdom of Morocco, Renault and Veolia Environment, the Tangier plant, inaugurated on February 9th 2012, emits zero carbon and zero industrial liquid discharges.Ultimately, at full capacity, the plant will produce 400,000 vehicles/year
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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

CABC Economic Forum 06-07 March 2012

Legal Framework

Investor Protection

International

Agreements

Internal Law

Corporate Legal Environment:

Work legilsation, Corporate laws and regulations, Industrial Property, intellectual Property, Commerce Jurisdiction, Banking Sector, Competition, Public Markets and Justice Reform

Promotion and Investment Protection Agreements

Multilateral Agency for Investissement Guarantees

Funds transfer and repatriation

Non-double Taxation

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Ambassade du Royaume du Maroc au Canada

Forum Économique CCG-Maghreb 20-21 octobre 2010

Orientation

And

Counseling

Export Morocco www.cmpe.org.ma

General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises

www.cgem.ma

Moroccan Exporters Association www.asmex.org

Office of Fair and Exhibitions of Casablanca www.ofec.ma

Tanger Free Zone

www.tangerfreezone.com

House of the Artisan

www.lartisanatdumaroc.ma

Customs and Excise Administration www.douane.gov.ma

Morocco National Tourist Office www.tourisme.gov.ma

Travel to Morocco

www.visitmorocco.com

Moroccan Agency for the Development

of Investments

Regional Investment Centers

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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canada

Forum Économique CCG-Maghreb 20-21 octobre 2010

Access to a

Large International Market of

1 Billion Consummers

European Union: Association Treaty, FTA and Avanced Status

Turquie: FTA since 2005

United States: Free Trade Agreement since 2004

Agadir Agreement since 2001 with Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia

  • United Arab Emirats since 2003