January 4, 2001
Not so long ago, $1.08 billion was paid by the Medi Telecom consortium, led by the Spanish Telefonica, for Morocco’s second GSM license. According to Ahmed Naser, an analyst at the Arab Advisors Group
Despite his usual manner of staying behind the scenes, the advisor to the Moroccan King Mohammed the 6th, Andray Azolay, has played a key role in the privatization process of the Maroc Telecom company
January 3, 2001
Casablanca will be hosting this January 8-9 a meeting of the secretariat general of the Arab health workers union, Maghreb Arabe Presse (MAP) reported
Morocco\'s Fisheries Minister Said Chabaatou said Tuesday that he was hopeful about reaching an accord with the European Union over fishing rights in Moroccan waters, after more than a year of negotia
A Cyprus-registered tanker transporting 29,400 tones of fuel suffered a crack on its main deck and has been languishing off Morocco's northern coast for 48 hours, the Moroccan navy said late Tuesday.
January 2, 2001
Morocco invited Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia to hold a meeting shortly to study a project to set up an Arab common market, Maghreb Arabe Presse (MAP) rep
Morocco\'s Fisheries Minister Said Chabaatou said Tuesday that he was hopeful about reaching an accord with the European Union over fishing rights in
As of last Monday, the Spanish professional organizations declared war against the Moroccan products in general and the Moroccan fish products in particular.
January 1, 2001
Moroccan public hospitals are desperately short of medical supplies because of a major distribution problem, Minister of Public Health Thami Khyari said in an interview.
December 31, 2000
Five thousand Moroccans obtained German citizenship in 1999, making them second largest community after Turkish-born residents who were admitted as ci
European Union Fisheries Commissioner Franz Fischler will visit Morocco on January 3 to try to break a deadlock in negotiations over fishing rights in Moroccan waters, it was announced Thursday.
December 28, 2000
Slovakian Foreign Affairs Minister Eduard Kukan held talks in Rabat in mid-December with Moroccan counterpart, Mohamed Benaissa. The two pledged to increase bilateral trade and economic cooperation.
December 26, 2000
Moroccan King Mohammed VI has granted full or partial pardons to 999 inmates to mark Eid al-Fitr.
December 25, 2000
A Moroccan paper close to the government denounced the BBC\'s Arabic-language radio service Monday for a decision to drop its long-time correspondent
Minister of Public Health Thami Khyari said Moroccan public hospitals are desperately short of medical supplies because of a major distribution proble