September 24, 2000
France-based Moroccan engineers, mathematicians, biologists, economists and chemists have set up an association meant to serve as a bridge with their
The celebration last week of World Elderly Day was an opportunity for many voices to be raised in Morocco against a law that set up a new pay scale for state pensioners. Opponents decried the text as
The findings of a recently published on-line survey reveal that most Moroccan Internet users are young male university graduates. Moroccan Internet surfers are generally between the ages of 21 and 25,
September 22, 2000
Morocco is waging a campaign against corruption, with courts reviewing several cases involving senior officials of state-owned enterprises suspected of embezzling millions of dollars.
September 21, 2000
Al-akhawayn University the first private university, based in the Atlas mountain resort in Morocco has opened two tourism management and marketing bra
The Moroccan and Spanish power companies, ONE and REE, have agreed to increase the power connection between the two countries.
The Internet boom has raised questions regarding the viability of a familiar figure in traditional society - the postman. Postal officials in Rabat think the postman's job is not doomed to vanish und
The wide horizons, offered by new information technologies in western countries, have drawn waves of Moroccan computer-science graduates to migrate to Europe in search of all their own country cannot
September 20, 2000
Artificial insemination remains rare in Morocco, a poor country where procreation is considered a gift from God; only 400 couples a year undergo the p
Several thousand people have demonstrated in Madrid demanding a referendum on the Western Sahara during a visit of Moroccan King Mohammed VI, protesti
Spain and Morocco signed two new deals Tuesday on economic investment and debt relief, during a visit of Moroccan King Mohammed VI, the economics ministry announced.
Morocco's major state-owned banking group, Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP), on Monday, Sept. 18, announced a program to develop e-commerce.
September 19, 2000
The World Wildlife Fund warned of major ecological threats in several Mediterranean countries and called on the European Union to help avert an enviro
Spain's King Juan Carlos appeals to Morocco to find a solution to its conflict with separatists in the Western Sahara during a visit by Moroccan King
Morocco is considering measures to stabilize fuel prices on the domestic market after the hike in world oil prices.