Long-term vision brings economic transformation

Last year, Morocco’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 7.4 percent as the country proved itself to be, in the words of Jihad Azour, director of Middle East and Central Asia at the International Monetary Fund, “one of the most dynamic in adjusting and adapting to the constraints but also to the opportunities” presented by COVID-19.

Agility is a defining characteristic of the politically and economically stable North African nation which has, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, taken far-sighted and consistent decisions that have transformed it into a competitive and sustainable production and exporting platform for diverse industries over the last two decades




Future-ready production and exporting platform

Morocco is a leading destination for added-value investors, thanks to its stability, location, human capital and green energy

Investment Enablers

Mohcine Jazouli, Minister Delegate for Investment, Convergence and Evaluation of Public Policies, reveals a new investment framework that will encourage the private sector to become the engine of socioeconomic development.

Ali Seddiki, Director General, Moroccan Agency for Investment and Export Development, welcomes investors to a country that has methodically built the competitive, agile, carbon-free production platform the world’s companies are seeking.

A regional force in education, training, research and innovation

Heavy investment in universities, engineering schools, advanced specialized training and research centers has strengthened Morocco’s industries and the kingdom’s innovative capabilities.

Morocco zones in on facilitating industrial investments

Over 120 fully equipped world-class industrial hubs across the country provide the perfect conditions for investors to quickly establish and grow their businesses.