September 27, 2000
Two million Moroccans are using mobile phones, and according to Nasr Hajji, the secretary of state for IT ”The figure is still low, but we are working to enlarge the mobile phone and the internet netw
September 26, 2000
Morocco has announced it will shortly ease tariffs on industrial electricity by 9 percent, a newspaper reported. The Moroccan economy and finance department is close to finalizing the cut, a source cl
Spain on last Tuesday pledged $50 million in development projects for Morocco and to swap $40 million in Moroccan debt to help lift its southern neighbor out of poverty and stem the flow of illegal im
The Moroccan Hassan II Development Fund has earmarked $1.2 billion to develop industrial zones and build low-cost housing for the poor. The housing project, which costs $227 million, will receive $110
September 25, 2000
The USA will be undertaking a series of activities to alleviate effects of a second drought season on populations of the Moroccan southwestern region,
Moroccan airport authority "ONDA" and the Miami international airport signed on Friday a partnership agreement, Morocco's official news agency (MAP) r
An envoy from Morocco's King Mohammed VI meets with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to discuss the regional situation and bilateral relations between
Morocco will soon issue tenders for oil drilling in offshore areas between the capital of Rabat and the city of Safi 350 kilometers to the south.
France will launch a tender today, September 25, to swap FF63 million of Moroccan debt in private investments, it was officially announced.
The state-owned national telecom company of Morocco, Maroc-Telecom, came on top as the country's best performing and firm for the year, recording a 32 percent growth in the first half of 2000.
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