Morocco World News
Rabat, June 15, 2013
The Morocco Summit, taking place on 19-21 November 2013 in Rabat will bring together world leaders, investors, policy makers and other professional experts across the major industrial sectors to explore business opportunities in Morocco.
Morocco is an emerging market at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Since the stagnation of the 1990s, Morocco has been on a steady path of economic recovery, with sound macroeconomic management and sustained growth in non-agricultural sectors economy in the direction of trade liberalization and increased reliance on market forces and the private sector.
The strategic location provides easy access to Morocco from USA, Europe and Middle East which makes it a gateway for international trade and also a future business hub. Morocco has a stable socio-political environment along with a vast reserve of multicultural and educated population. The country also provides a sound infrastructure which makes it easy for business to set up a base or a branch in Morocco.
Building on the success of its renowned conferences in Africa, South America, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and North America, Fleming Gulf is concerting its efforts with ARPA International www.arpainternational.org, an initiative commissioned by our MWN colleague Leila Hanafi; the Moroccan Chamber of Commerce and other Moroccan national partners to prepare its first edition of the Morocco Summit.
This action-oriented Forum aspires to bring together over 250 world leaders from a breadth of disciplines and legal traditions to: promote Morocco as an investment hub and gateway to doing Business in North Africa. The Summit promises to set a platform for Industry and Legal experts, Government representatives and international investors to come together and explore the investments opportunities through cross vertical discussions and benefits that Morocco has to offer.
The summit would offer an unprecedented opportunity to understand the dynamics, opportunities and requirements of investing or doing business in the country; break the legal constraints to facilitate investments in Morocco and increase understanding of the regulatory framework in the country and its investment infrastructure, from legalistic and academic angles. It should be noted that this event will complement other ongoing initiatives such as, as well as the International Business Forum scheduled in early November 2013 in Marrakesh which promises to convene worldwide experts on international business.
For more details on the program please visit www.feminggulf.com/morocco
For more details on registration, contact ARPA International at [email protected]