Morocco operates a successful market economy that has long been noted for its openness to foreign investment. It has pursued a policy of gradual but consistent reform to improve the general business environment. It is open to foreign capital which now plays an important part in the total investment and does not discriminate between national and foreign investors.
The country has been able to capitalise on its skilled workforce, its close proximity to Europe and is successfully positioning itself as a production and export platform for European know-how.
Inward investment has also been attracted by policies of liberalisation and privatisation undertaken in key sectors such as ICT, energy, water, electricity distribution and infrastructure.
Global Arab Network | Investing in Morocco’s Agriculture, Textiles and Auto Industries | Economics.