Morocco has long been recognised as one of the most advanced nations in Africa due to its strategic location and sizeable diaspora community, as well as its well-developed manufacturing sector, mining industry and agricultural output.
La hausse de la demande de services de cloud et de données stimule les investissements dans les nouvelles infrastructures technologiques au Maroc, le secteur public et le secteur privé étant bien déterminés à tirer parti de l’économie numérique.
Since its liberalisation in 1997, Morocco’s telecoms sector has experienced substantial growth driven by the entry of new operators, the rapid increase in the number of mobile subscribers and rising consumption of voice and data services. With turnover of around Dh33.5bn (€3.07bn) in 2015, the telecoms sector accounts for 3.5% of Morocco’s GDP...
In 2015 Morocco provided a new impetus for the development of telecoms by launching the rollout of its 4G network, a technology which is expected to generate new revenue streams for operators and drive growth in the knowledge economy.
As a result of the early push to develop the country’s ICT sector in the mid-1990s, Morocco has managed to carve out a sizeable niche for itself in selected areas such as offshoring and electronic payments. In 2015 the ICT sector’s contribution to Morocco’s GDP was nearing 3%, mostly made up of hardware, but bolstered by the diversification...
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