The Irish newspaper “Sunday Business Post” highlights the very attractive offer from the Moroccan economy –

” Morocco’s strategic geographical location, political stability, security, good governance, modern infrastructure, direct air links to Dublin and the new Irish Embassy in Rabat make the Moroccan business offer very attractive.writes the publication devoting an entire file to the destination of Morocco.

Note that the Kingdom is ” a thriving commercial and industrial hub whose strategic geographical location makes it the gateway to Africa and a strategic link between two continents ”says the newspaper that the Kingdom is equipped with ” advanced infrastructure and a highly skilled workforce ”.

“With a robust economy and continued political stability, the country has a favorable business environment”supports the Sunday Business Post.

“Morocco has a long-standing and strong relationship with Ireland, and to cement this friendship and continue to work towards a mutually rewarding diplomatic and economic future, the Irish Embassy in Morocco was inaugurated in October last year in the capital Rabat.”he added.

In addition, the weekly continues, Morocco stands out in particular for the sustainability of its offer to companies with low-carbon production, noting that Morocco has ” clearly taken a step ahead in the field ”.

In terms of renewable energy, the newspaper explains that the country is among the top five in the 2022 Climate Change Performance Index and aims to get 52% of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030, and through an ambitious vision it will position itself as one of The most competitive low-carbon industries in the world.

He added that over the last two decades, HM King Mohammed VI has secured the implementation of many major projects, from renewable energy to education, including culture and sport, with a resolutely forward-looking vision and “impressive” long-term goals.

” Sovereignty has helped shape the country’s future. Thus, a number of groundbreaking decisions have been implemented, including an ambitious energy conversion plan aimed at making Morocco one of the lowest CO2-emitting platforms in the world, the development of world-class industrial zones and a range of government incentives for investors ”writes the weekly.

But that’s not all, he noted, because Morocco now has the ambition to consolidate and accelerate its development thanks to a solid long-term vision incorporated in its new development model, a roadmap for Morocco in 2035, based on an innovative common development process. , which gathers and gathers citizens’ contributions and ideas.

On the infrastructure side, the publication cites the port of Tangier with its 184 connections to 71 countries, the very first high-speed train connection in Africa and the motorway network that connects the main Moroccan cities and connects to the continent’s road network. , from Tangier to Cape Town, recalling that Casablanca Airport by air is a hub directly connected to more than 20 major African airports.

In addition, the newspaper points out that Morocco can be proud of a highly skilled workforce with around 152,000 candidates a year and privileged access to more than a billion consumers, thanks to free trade agreements, making it the “gateway to Africa”. “, both geographically and economically.

“All these elements have enabled Morocco to establish itself as a key player, both on the African continent and on the world stage.”supports the weekly.

Quoted by the publication, Morocco’s ambassador to Dublin, Lahcen Mahraoui, assured that “There has never been a better time for Irish investors to take advantage of excellent opportunities and easy access to investment in Africa, in a politically and economically stable country with a forward-looking and sustainable vision”.

Mahraoui called on Irish businessmen to explore the economic opportunities offered by the Kingdom, stressing that ““Irish investors would make the right choice to embark on this business caravan as it travels to an upcoming business oasis”.

According to the Sunday Business Post, recent figures show that Irish exports to Morocco increased by 31% in 2019, “making the country one of the key trading partners for Irish innovation and trade”.

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