September 13, 2000
Consumer goods will not be reaching Moroccan markets this week, as the country's freight carriers strike on Monday and Tuesday to protest a government increase in the prices of petroleum products.
The Moroccan government says it is determined to crack down on "ghost workers" who pack the state's payroll but perform no duties. The government as the number one employer in Morocco revealed recentl
September 12, 2000
King Mohammed VI of Morocco presided on Monday over the signing of 39 conventions for the implementation of projects set by Hassan II Economic and Soc
Maroc-Telecom company has posted a turnover of 5.42 billion DH ($542 million) up to last June 30th, marking a growth of 32 percent compared to the cor
Albawaba.com RABAT - The Moroccan government says it is determined to crack down on "ghost workers" who pack the state's payroll but perform no duties
Morocco is taking steps to save the legendary Atlas lion which has completely disappeared from its natural home in the Atlas mountains.
Morocco’s tomato harvest has been hit hard by a parasitic leech known as the white fly, cutting annual production by 40 percent and sending tomato pri
Nothing seems to have a effect on the sluggish Casablanca stock market — neither the discovery of oil in the Talsint region, nor the recent governmental changes have positively affected the Moroccan m
Arab industrialists and businessmen will gather in Fez (Morocco) this week to debate the feasibility of an Arab free trade area. Economic operators in the 21 Arab nations have been striving for a free
Wafa Insurance is dealing with a highly competitive sector full of potential. It has succeeded in competing with the biggest companies in the sector, as it even reached first place among insurance com
September 11, 2000
The Moroccan minister of agriculture, rural development and fishing, Habib Al-Malki, expects the recent oil and gas discoveries in the kingdom to have a positive impact on the national economy.
September 10, 2000
The economic and social problems that Morocco shares with other Third World countries have not deterred its young people from expressing their inventive human genius.
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.