Rabat – Moroccan businessmen will head to Pointe-Noire in the Republic of Congo this May 3 in a business mission to prospect in the Congolese market and establish contact with companies and players in the sector.
Organized by Morocco Export in partnership with the Federation of Commerce and Services (FCS), “this mission of professional meetings will involve the participation of a dozen Moroccan companies in the sector of the Council and the Services,” Maroc Export said in a statement.
“The aim is to strengthen trade between Morocco and the Republic of Congo through individualized professional meetings for Moroccan companies, site visits to Pointe-Noire, and a workshop to present the sector of the Council and Services in the Republic Of the Congo,” the statement said.
This mission, aimed at developing exports and partnerships in the sector on the Congolese market, will consist of professional meetings with Congolese importers/distributors and contractors for the benefit of Moroccan companies, presenting Moroccan offers and the potential of participating companies for Congolese companies in hopes to stimulate trade between the two countries.
In addition, Morocco Export will continue its search for new opportunities and will accompany economic operators internationally through missions and international forums.