October 8, 2000
Hundreds of thousands of Moroccans demonstrated in Rabat, burning Israeli flags and denouncing the \"war of extermination\" against the Palestinians.
The Moroccan army was holding on Sunday a French television crew which was filming a program about Morocco's notorious former prison camp at Tazmamart
October 4, 2000
Rapid evolution of the Internet and new information technologies have left Moroccan banks struggling to cope as they desperately adjust their working methods for survival in the new challenging and co
The Moroccan State Oil Company, the Office National de Recherches et d'Exploitations Petrolieres (ONAREP), has announced it will start taking bids for oil drilling operations in offshore areas.
October 3, 2000
Rapid evolution of the Internet and new information technologies have left Moroccan banks struggling to cope. A number of them have began making their first strides in this direction.
<b>Date:</b> Oct 02 – Oct 03, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Hôtel Royal Mansour, Casablanca, Morocco <b>Specifics:</b> Le change comptant et le change à terme; Les swaps de change; Les options de change
October 2, 2000
Morocco has announced a package of measures designed to spur foreign investment by removing some of the bureaucratic red tape that keeps it away. The government will initiate fiscal reforms based on t
Four major banks in Morocco have set up a $2 million firm that will serve as a platform for shopping on the Internet.The Banque Populaire, BMCI, Credit du Maroc and the Societe Generale des Banques ha
<b>Date:</b> Sept 25 – Oct 02, 2000 <b>Location:</b> International Trade Center, Casablanca, Morocco <b>Specifics:</b> Les exposants du Salon représenteront tous les secteurs de l'industrie et du
October 1, 2000
The Moroccan Agricultural Exporters Association has recently announced that over the past four years it had incurred $1.3 billion losses on the European Union’s markets, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> daily
The Moroccan Minister of Economics and Finance has taken upon himself to begin acting on the promises he had made with regards the Casablanca Stock Exchange.
September 29, 2000
An average of 174 people are killed or injured each day on Morocco's roads. There are nearly eight times more crashes than France, and fifteen times a
Moroccan women are showing a growing awareness of population issues and the need for contraception.
The United Nations is groping for ways out of deadlock in the Moroccan-occupied Western Sahara after talks aimed at bringing about a referendum on aut
The Moroccan Phosphates Corp. (OCP) wants to optimize resources and offer world clients a finished product, the state-owned company's president says. "Morocco's phosphates resources, which account fo