December 25, 2000
European and Asian investors are planning to move into Algeria in a big way, said Omar Ghoul, the country’s minister of fishing and fisheries, to two local newspapers.
December 24, 2000
The Moroccan\'s police of Kenitra (near Rabat) have arrested two crooks who were promising young females working contracts in Germany, Morocco Arabe P
Sources at the Moroccan industry and commerce ministry have revealed that a Canadian-American consortium, chaired by the Canadian SNC Lavalin Company, is planning to invest $100 million toward buildin
French media giant Vivendi Universal has won a tender for 35 percent of the capital in Maroc-Telecom, worth 23.34 billion dirhams ($2.33 billion), a Moroccan junior government minister said Thursday.
December 21, 2000
The Moroccan association of citrus fruits producers and exporters (ASPAM) said it is the Spanish government responsibility to guarantee the security o
Iron deficiency affects 45 percent of Morocco\'s pregnant women and 35 percent of children, Maghreb Arabe Presses (MAP) reported Wednesday. Morocco\'s
French media giant Vivendi Universal, barely a fortnight old after being created in a three-way merger, has lodged the sole bid to take over 35 percen
December 20, 2000
The European Agriculture and Fishery Commission (EAFC) was in “close contact” with Moroccan officials for “technical and political” talks on fisheries
The Moroccan posts and telecommunications union announced a 24-hour strike for January 10th.
December 19, 2000
Thirty Moroccan\'s domestic-gas containers exploded at the Ain El Hyani neighborhood in Tangier claiming no lives, Maghreb Arabe Presse (MAP) reported
December 18, 2000
European commissioner for fisheries, Franz Fishler, will undertake a new diplomatic initiative to end the Morocco-European Union deadlock over fisheri
The national posts and telecommunications union announced a 24-hour strike for January 10th, Maghreb Arabe Presse reported Monday. Union press release
The Moroccan treasury ministry has recently adopted an emergency scheme to activate the local tourism sector.
The Spanish appliance group Fagor has announced it is expanding its presence as one of the major suppliers of the Moroccan market.
December 17, 2000
A 13 year-old boy living in the Oujda suburbs, northeastern Morocco sneezed 1,100 times in six days, an average of 200 times a day, shattering a quite