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Forbes  Jun 30  Comment 
French energy firm Engie is looking to expand on development projects in Morocco in the country and beyond as a part of a broader push into North and West Africa.
TechCrunch  Jun 22  Comment 
 Michelle Obama has joined Snapchat. The First Lady announced yesterday that she is joining the platform so users can see a behind-the-scenes look at her life in the White House. You can add her using the QR code above, or by manually adding...
OilVoice  Jun 16  Comment 
Chariot Oil Gas Limited AIM CHAR the Atlantic margins focused oil and gas exploration company is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary Chariot Oil Gas Investments Morocco Li
The Economist  Jun 2  Comment 
CONSIDERING the help provided to big foreign manufacturers in Morocco over the past few years, it would have taken a serious effort by them to fail. Renault, a French carmaker, for example, is thriving: of 2.8m cars it made globally last year, one...
TechCrunch  Jun 2  Comment 
 While Uber continues its push into Africa the company is making allowances to local markets and testing unique service models users wouldn’t see in other parts of the globe. Anyone can now use the mobile app to hail a car in 12 cities across...
The Times of India  Jun 1  Comment 
India and Morocco on Wednesday launched the India-Morocco Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IMCCI) in Rabat to accelerate the pace of economic development between the two countries. An official statement said bilateral trade between the two...
The Economic Times  May 31  Comment 
Five Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) had been finalised between India and Morocco for improving bilateral relations but only two could be signed.
Forbes  May 19  Comment 
The Moroccan government is hitting back at critics of its 41-year occupation of Western Sahara. Some important trade relationships are at stake.
New York Times  Apr 30  Comment 
A Security Council resolution renewed the peacekeeping mission but exerted little pressure on Morocco, which expelled dozens of United Nations workers last month.
New York Times  Apr 19  Comment 
A look at Molenbeek and other parts of Brussels suggests that immigrants from North Africa, particularly Morocco, are angrier and more alienated than the city’s Turks.




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