Washington  -  President of the World Bank (WB), American Jim Yong Kim, lauded the human development model implemented in Morocco, the only Maghreb country to be cited by Kim during the annual meetings of the WB and of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), held in Lima on Oct. 9-11. "Allow me to give the example of some models of solid reforms seeking to promote growth," said Kim in a speech, noting that "in Africa, Morocco reduced tariff rates and simplified procedures linked to foreign trade".