Morocco Construction

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A look at Morocco’s landscape, dotted by worksites in both urban and rural areas, demonstrates the vitality of the construction and public works sector. While building has slowed in some sectors as a result of the global economic downturn, strong demand for construction in housing, public services, industry and energy should continue to stimulate...

Located in the westernmost region of North Africa, Morocco has an impressively diversified economy and in recent years has benefited from steady growth. The country has strong trade links with the EU and has a young population – with the median age of its roughly 32m people at 27.3 years – which in turn provides the country with a large supply of available and comparatively skilled labour.

Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Morocco 2013

The construction sector achieved 4.2% growth in 2011 and has consistently contributed around 5% to 6% of the GDP over the last eight years. Public spending on infrastructure has created opportunities for both local and foreign firms in the last decade. From 2003 to 2012, the government invested nearly Dh180bn (€16m) in basic infrastructure in an effort to improve capacity and efficiency. Foreign...

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