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Benzinga  May 24  Comment 
Diplomats at the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization meeting in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines witnessed an unprecedented event last week. According to a Moroccan official, a heated discussion ended with the director general of...
Flightglobal  May 19  Comment 
The Middle East Business Aviation Association is at EBACE to promote what it says is the sector s next big event September s MEBAA show in Morocco with founding and executive chairman Ali Alnaqbi promising its new location of Marrakech will...
New York Times  May 7  Comment 
A grass-roots organization is seeking to protect tribal lands and gain equal ownership rights in a country where, by law, women inherit less than men.
Automotive World  Apr 13  Comment 
We are proud to announce that after a year of efforts and thanks to the improvement in reporting / strategy, organization of work, customer logistics, production planning and supplier relationship, Bontaz Centre Morocco has been rewarded by FORD...
Automotive World  Apr 12  Comment 
The “Gallery of Names” presents vehicles of famous individuals, such as Pope John Paul II., Lady Diana, Emperor Wilhelm II and Konrad Adenauer. The largest exhibit is the O 302 team bus of the German national football team from 1974, while the...
Clusterstock  Apr 8  Comment 
The Marathon des Sables, a six-day race through the Sahara desert, has a hard-won reputation as "The Toughest Footrace on Earth." The 32nd edition of the race starts April 9 in Southern Morocco, and runs until  April 14.  I took part in...
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 7  Comment 
In the infinity of sand dunes, or in the labyrinth of alleyways in its cities, it’s the warmth of Moroccans that makes their country more enticing
Automotive World  Mar 28  Comment 
Morocco has seen a number of big supplier investments recently, which will help it meet ambitious production targets, but the lack of OEMs could restrict future growth. By Megan Lampinen The post Morocco wins pivotal supply chain investments but...
The Economic Times  Mar 23  Comment 
The airports affected are in Amman, Cairo, Kuwait City, Doha, Dubai, Istanbul, Abu Dhabi, Casablanca, Morocco; Riyadh and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.




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