Morocco Construction

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Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Morocco 2014

The Moroccan construction sector witnessed a significant slowdown in 2013 due to a confluence of factors, including regional instability and a shortage of access to financing. Cement consumption, which is considered a key performance indicator, dropped from 15.87m tonnes in 2012 to 14.87m tonnes in 2013. Nevertheless, the Ministry of Habitat and Urban Planning continued to help drive sector...

Where are the best sources of growth in the construction materials sector?

 

Although the construction industry is generally one of Morocco’s most dynamic sectors, it witnessed a significant slowdown in 2013 due to a confluence of factors. These ranged from regional political instability, leaving foreign investors reticent about entering the Moroccan real estate sector, to a reduction in the number of new construction...

 

The luxury real estate market in Morocco has traditionally been driven by foreign buyers, especially from Europe, searching for a secondary residence. The economic downturn after 2008 altered the market when demand from these buyers declined sharply. Initially, local wealthy Moroccans were also reticent to buy into the luxury market, but this...

What segments should be the main drivers of the real estate recovery in 2014?

 

For many years the construction sector has tended to operate according to a frequently ambiguous and inadequate legal framework. It is governed by a patchwork of incongruous legal texts which are enforced by various levels of government, from local to national. As a result of this, building has become difficult to monitor and the...

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