Focus Report: The post-pandemic recovery of the Moroccan economy

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While Morocco was severely impacted by the pandemic, it is projected to return to positive growth in the near term. The government has taken important steps to navigate the crisis, and the private sector is playing a crucial supporting role, particularly in terms of attracting foreign direct investment. This Economic Recovery Report details opportunities in key sectors – including agri-business, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, automotive, technology and offshoring – which offer solid growth prospects thanks to the country's digitalisation strategy and accelerated digital transformation in response to Covid-19. The report also examines Morocco's approach to adopting environmental, social and governance principles – essential criteria for a country seeking to establish itself a renewable energy player in Africa.

The Morocco Economic Recovery Report includes a case study on Morocco Now, the country’s new investment and export brand, which has been launched by the Moroccan Agency for Investment and Export Development.

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