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An emirate delegation seeks to increase investment in Morocco

Abu Dhabi (Etihad)

An Emirati delegation led by His Excellency Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri, Minister of Economy, will visit the Kingdom of Morocco tomorrow to discuss ways to improve the prospects for joint cooperation and to explore promising investment opportunities in the two countries’ markets and improve them in the next phase. a way of ensuring the growth and prosperity of the peoples of the two fraternal countries.
The visit aims to strengthen joint cooperation between business and stimulate the private sector and business people to contribute more to promoting joint development and investment between the two countries, and will witness meetings with a number of ministers, senior officials and representatives of the private. sector in Morocco.
The volume of non-oil trade between the two countries amounted to 3.1 billion dirhams in 2021, achieving a growth of 44% compared to 2020.
The visit includes a dialogue session on future investment opportunities, organized by the global “Investopia” initiative, with the participation of a number of companies, businessmen, investors, entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises from the two countries, to study new opportunities for building sustainable and development partnerships that will move the strategic relations between the two fraternal countries to new levels. It is higher than cooperation and integration, as well as benefiting from the global expertise possessed by the Investopia Summit in the development of the economic and commercial sectors of the Kingdom of Morocco.
It is expected that the joint cooperation sectors will be discussed during the visit, as they are key drivers for the development of relations between the two countries in the next phase, led by energy and renewable energy, industry, trade and mining, tourism and infrastructure. , communication and information technology, food security, transport and logistics and agricultural technology, entrepreneurship and other sectors that support the economy of the future.