Morocco Export Import

Morocco economy
Morocco export import
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B2B Export Import marketplace Morocco products importers and exporters business to business meeting point

Morocco B2B Marketplace for Morocco manufacturers, wholesale buyers, Morocco importers, Morocco exporters, b2b sellers and wholesalers from all over the planet providing simple trade leads management to worldwide Morocco products buyers and Sellers

Tradeatonce.com is Morocco one-stop trade service for buyers and sellers around the world offering an online business platform providing a simple and manageable process covering every phase of the international supply chain with the objective of promoting Morocco export-import trade in particular.


the Moroccan government has pursued an economic program toward accelerating real economy growth following a policy of privatization of certain economic sectors and modernization aimed at stimulating growth and creating jobs and now Morocco’s economy can be considered a relatively liberal economy much more robust and far more diversified, with new service and industrial poles developing governed by the law of supply and demand

The services sector accounts for just over half of GDP and industry, made up of mining, construction and manufacturing, is an additional quarter. The major resources of the Moroccan economy are agriculture, phosphates, tourism and sales of fish and seafood . Morocco is the world’s third-largest producer of phosphates Industry and mining contribute about one-third of the annual GDP with the highest growth in the tourism, telecoms and textile sectors.

Natural resources: Phosphates, fish, manganese, lead, silver, and copper.

Agriculture: -barley, citrus fruits, vegetables, olives, livestock, and fishing.

Industry: phosphate mining, manufacturing and handicrafts, construction and public works, energy.

The current government is continuing a series of structural reforms begun in recent years. in the labor market and financial sectors.

The high cost of imports, especially of petroleum imports, is a major problem.

Tourism and workers’ remittances have played a critical role since independence. The production of textiles and clothing is part of a growing manufacturing sector

Among the various free trade agreements that have being ratified are The Euro-Mediterranean free trade area agreement ; the Agadir Agreement, ; the US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement and lately the agreement of free exchange with Turkey.

Set up an online company showroom where you can promote your products and services, find customers, negotiate sales and secure profitable orders directly without middleman

Sign up is simple and your products are instantly listed. Once you’ve registered, you can login to your account page, add photos and have access to many other features. All for free !

 
 

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