December 4, 2000
Editors of three Moroccan newspapers banned over a story implicating the political left in a bid to kill the late King Hassan II have said they will f
Vanco Energy of Houston and London-based Lasmo plc deepened their commitment to find oil and gas offshore Morocco by signing exploration permits with the national oil company ONAREP.
December 3, 2000
An international press watchdog group Sunday called on Morocco\'s King Mohammed VI to intervene in the controversial weekend ban of three Moroccan new
Morocco’s date production is scheduled to reach this year 74,000 tons, marking a 2% increase compared to last year, Maghrib Agency Press (MAP) reporte
The African Development Bank approved on Thursday two loans worth $ 102.11 million to finance a basic education and a secondary and technical educatio
A Moroccan official, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper, revealed that his country loses $2 billion annually because of environmental deterioration, climate pollution and a decline in the pure water r
December 2, 2000
A French deputy said Saturday that France is to push the independence-seeking Polisario Front to release more than 1,500 Moroccan prisoners of war it
Police in the northern Moroccan port of Tangiers have seized 7.4 tons of cannabis resin in the city\'s biggest drugs seizure since the beginning of th
November 30, 2000
Morocco and Lebanon will service direct flights soon, Maghrib Press Agency (MAP) reported Wednesday. According to the agency, the announced was made o
Kerr-McGee du Maroc Ltd. has acquired 33.33 percent interest in the 3 million-acre Cap Draa Haute Mer exploration license offshore Morocco during the exploration phase.
November 29, 2000
The Mohammed V solidarity foundation will distribute fast-breaking meals in cities and Basic necessity food items for people living in rural areas, fo
The state general budget of Morocco recorded a deficit worth about $ 90 million in the first nine months of 2000, Maghrib Agency Press (MAP) reported,
November 28, 2000
Morocco seems to be determined to extend the use of new information technologies in economic, social and cultural sectors, Maghrib Agency Press (MAP)
Owners and drivers of some 60,000 heavy goods vehicles on Monday began a four-day strike in Morocco to press the government to allow them to increase their loads, a union official said.
Morocco opened an international tender for oil exploration and exploitation in an offshore area south of the capital Rabat on November 27th.