August 15, 2000
With a PER (profit earning ratio) of 14.3 times, CTM is considered today as one of the most interesting values on the Moroccan stock exchange, in spite of its weak liquidity ratio compared to those of
August 10, 2000
The Moroccan Telecom Control Authority calls on tenders to submit proposals for the 1999 financial audit of the state-owned Maroc Telecom. This is a further step towards privatization of the country’s
August 9, 2000
The net assets managed by mutual funds are still tumbling down.
August 7, 2000
The CSE has continued on its downward trend over the week ended August 1. The General Index registered a yearly performance of -10.24 percent (697.49 points), with a trading volume worth DH 253.4 mill
August 5, 2000
Morocco's King says developing nations have the right to their own kind of democracy, introduced at their own pace.
August 1, 2000
Morocco's King Mohammed VI promotes his brother Prince Moulay Rachid to the rank of brigadier in the 200,000-Royal Armed Forces.
Morocco’s tennis star Karim Alami completed a double sweep Monday at the Toronto Tennis Masters Series Tournament.
July 31, 2000
(Finances News) — Despite an occasional rise registered from time to time, the CSE General Index is still in the danger area.
July 30, 2000
Morocco's King Mohammed VI marked his first year on the throne by taking steps to improve the country's often criticized human rights record, releasin
Morocco's King Mohammed VI marked his first year on the thrown by releasing some 900 prisoners ahead of official celebrations Sunday. The King on Sat
Marine authorities in northern Morocco have arrested 30 Moroccans trying to cross the straits of Gibralter in a vessel destined for Spanish shores, of
Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah arrived Saturday in Rabat for an official visit, during which he will participate in ceremonies marking the first anniv
July 22, 2000
The forthcoming visit of Bahrain's Emir Shaikh Hamad Al Khalifa to Morocco will constitute an opportunity to further boost friendly bilateral relation
Experts on the Western Sahara ended two days of technical talks in Geneva Friday on a possible referendum on self-determination for the former Spanish
Morocco's Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi is to travel to Spain Saturday for a meeting with his counterpart there, Jose Maria Aznar, sources in