September 10, 2000
The Casablanca stock market has relocated its transaction sites, enabling traders to conclude transaction without needing to be present at the headquarters of the bourse.
September 9, 2000
More than 300 youths from all over Morocco are gathered in Rabat, the capital city, as part of a national forum against torture.
Moroccan women find difficulty in coping with sexual harassment at work in the absence of laws to protect them.
The first meeting of the Moroccan-European Union association council will be held on October 9th in Luxembourg, Morocco's official news agency reporte
An adult dolphin has been living in the "Bocana" Mediterranean beach for four months and seems to like his new residence place where it follows the sm
September 7, 2000
A major Morrocan trade union warns of social upheavel if government doesn't take head of the grievances of the working class.
A team of Moroccan an Italian archaeologists unearth Roman city in Rabat.
Morocco's Prime Minister Abderrahmane El Youssoufi has reshuffled his cabinet on Wednesday, cutting the number of portfolios from 43 to 33.
A government price hike of petroleum products in Morocco has triggered the anger of several professional associations.
Although Morocco has limited energy resources, the country is a major phosphate producer, as well as an important transit center for natural gas exports from Algeria to Europe. Please note - Informat
While the leadership of the Middle East frequently pays lip-service to the ideal of regional unity, when it comes to trade, what happens on the ground leaves much to be desired. But the winds of chang
Soon after the announcement of the oil and gas finds, the Casablanca Stock Market livened up. However, the tide rapidly waned, giving way to a falling trend and to a stagnant marketplace.
The major event which has marked the two last weeks in Morocco is undoubtedly the oil and gas finds announced by His Majesty on 20 August.
Moroccans not only want more social justice - they want their government to make it its top priority. According to a poll, jobs, health, fighting corruption, law reform, and reducing the cost of livin
The final countdown has begun for the privatization of Maroc Telcom, Morocco's state-owned telecommunications company, with the submission of the tender’s documents for King Mohammed’s approval.