Morocco ICT

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En 2015, cinq fois plus de startups ont été créées au Maroc comparé à 2012. Le pays compte également quatre nouveaux incubateurs et accélérateurs ciblant tout un éventail de marchés spécialisés.

Début janvier, en vue d’accroître les revenus dans le secteur de la communication vocale des opérateurs locaux, le Maroc a pris des mesures visant à limiter les services de voix sur le protocole Internet (VoIP), tels que Viber, Skype, WhatsApp et Facebook.

Articles & Analysis | Morocco launches 4G services from The Report: Morocco 2015


While the process has taken longer than expected in early 2015, after repeated delays, the National Agency for Telecommunications Regulations (Agence Nationale de Réglementation des Telecommunications, ANRT), Morocco’s telecommunications watchdog, allocated 4G broadband network licences to Morocco’s three operators. The process for the...


The expansion of the telecommunications sector in the kingdom has been comparatively fast, even by emerging market standards. In recent years, penetration levels of mobile and internet services have increased on the back of reduced prices and foreign investment, as well as rising purchasing power and a government strategy that aggressively...


How has the offshoring sector evolved in recent years, and what are Morocco’s main advantages?


Morocco’s economic expansion has been positively impacting its IT sector in recent years. This is reflected both through the fast-growing telecoms industry, in addition to the consolidation of a strong services outsourcing sector, which has attracted foreign and local investment. Although IT is increasingly viewed by the domestic business...

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