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Benzinga  Feb 19  Comment 
Benzinga recently had a conversation with one of Morocco’s top businessmen, Saâd Bendidi. The entrepreneur walked us through the country’s return to the African Union after more than three decades of absence, some of the opportunities for...
New York Times  Feb 17  Comment 
On Friday, in the latest attempt by migrants to reach Europe, about 600 Africans stormed a barrier between Morocco and the Spanish city of Ceuta.
Benzinga  Feb 17  Comment 
Benzinga recently had the chance to chat with one of Morocco’s top businessmen, Saâd Bendidi, who walked us through the country’s return to the African Union after more than three decades of absence, discussing some of the opportunities ahead...
Benzinga  Feb 16  Comment 
“[Morocco’s] membership in the African Union [...] [is] the conclusion of a big process that has been led for many years.” – Saâd Bendidi. After more than three decades of absence, Morocco returned to the African Union (AU) in 2017....
OilVoice  Feb 16  Comment 
Award of Kenitra Offshore Exploration Permit and Commencement of Seismic Programme, Offshore Moro ...
Automotive World  Feb 7  Comment 
Reflecting its success in the Moroccan market, the Nissan Qashqai was named SUV of the year from Autonews magazine. The award ceremony was held in Casablanca, Morocco. Autonews magazine made the selection after more than 30,000 consumers...
Reuters  Feb 6  Comment 
Morocco's government said on Monday it would end economic cooperation with the European Union if the bloc does not honour a farming deal, weeks after an EU court ruled that trade accords do not apply to the disputed Western Sahara region.
OilVoice  Feb 2  Comment 
EGYPT AND MOROCCO OPERATIONS UPDATE SDX Energy Inc. (TSXV, AIM: SDX), the North Africa focuse ...
Forbes  Jan 31  Comment 
After spending the last several years working to expand its renewable energy industry, Morocco is now faced with the prospect of up to a half a million sector jobs by 2040.
New York Times  Jan 31  Comment 
The six people killed by a gunman in Quebec City came from Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Guinea, but were connected by community and faith.




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