November 21, 2000
Morocco's state airline, Royal Air Maroc, is to buy 22 Boeing aircraft in a one-billion-dollar (1.1-billion-euro) deal to develop its fleet, officials said Tuesday.
The Moroccan committee in charge of assuring consumer supplies during the month of Ramadan expects that the total consumption of domestic milk will rise as high as 51.5 liters, with 6 million of these
November 19, 2000
Egypt has banned imports of beef or cattle from five European countries to guard against mad cow disease.
November 16, 2000
Algerian Interior Minister Yazid Zerhouni met with his Moroccan counterpart Ahmed Midaqui in Rabat Thursday during a "working visit" that may include
November 15, 2000
On Monday Morocco and Spain signed an agreement whereby the Spanish government would finance projects for drinking water in northern Morocco at a cos
The Moroccan national carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) opted for the Boeing offer in expanding and updating medium and long haul fleet over the 2003-2012
November 13, 2000
Moroccan Minister of Trade and Economic, Ahmad Halimi, discussed in Tehran Sunday the expansion of bilateral trade relations with Iran’s Minister of C
Morocco's Bureau de Recherches et de Participation Minieres (BRPM) has issued a tender to qualified investors interested in developing a silver deposit in Taroudant Province.
November 12, 2000
Palestinian and Moroccan officials, Arab and foreign archeologists, historians and researchers will meet in Fez Monday at three-day forum aimed at dra
November 11, 2000
Iran and Morocco signed a memorandum in Tehran Thursday to increase the volume of their trade exchange.
November 10, 2000
Islamists in Morocco have been victorious in a number of battles they have fought with the socialist-led government of Abderrahmane Youssifi, in light
November 6, 2000
Moroccan Foreign Minister Mohammed Ben Issa said that the decision of three Arab countries to break ties with Israel was a warning to the Jewish state
Morocco's Foreign Minister, Mohammed bin Eissa arrived in Muscat for talks on bilateral ties and regional issues.
Morocco has launched several projects in an industrial zone south of the capital, including a gas storage terminal and a power plant. The projects in Jorf Lasfar, launched by King Mohammed VI, also in
November 5, 2000
A model station to produce water for irrigation from waste-water was inaugurated at the Drarga rural community in the Agadir region, Maghrib News Agen