World Affairs Council highlights ‘good health’ of Moroccan economy
Dallas, Texas, February 27, 2013 (MAP)
CEO of the World Affairs Council of Dallas Jim Falk highlighted, on Wednesday, the good health of the Moroccan economy within the framework of the proactive, forward-looking royal vision.
World Affairs Council of Dallas highlights ‘good health’ of Moroccan economy under King Mohammed VI’s leadership
In the Arab region which fell prey to instability, Morocco was able to persevere, under the far-sighted leadership of King Mohammed VI, on the path of fostering the bases of its economy which posted good results in the different sectors, Falk told MAP.
The head of the non-profit organization recalled the National Plan for Industrial Emergence (PNEI) in addition to the sectors of car industry, technology and offshoring.
This long-term, integrated strategic vision draws international investors who are looking for stable zones with regulated growth under the rule of law, he added.
The mission of the nonpartisan World Affairs Council of Dallas is to promote international awareness, understanding and connections through its multifaceted programs.