Rabat - The General Confederation of Moroccan Companies (CGEM) and Argentina have signed a memorandum to strengthen the economic cooperation of the two countries.
Rabat – The General Confederation of Moroccan Companies (CGEM) and Argentina have signed a memorandum to strengthen the economic cooperation of the two countries.
Signed in Casablanca on July 14, the partnership aims to create a prosperous business environment for Morocco and Argentina and encourage more exchanges between entrepreneurs from the two countries. The memorandum will also contribute to the creation of a Moroccan-Argentine committee whose mission will be to foster economic and trade flows between Rabat and Buenos Aires.
CGEM president Miriem Bensalah Chaqroun and Argentine Vice President Marta Gabriela Michetti chaired the memorandum’s signing in Morocco’s business capital.
Michetti, who is also president of the Argentinian Senate, was in Morocco from July 11 to 14 to strengthen bilateral ties. Prior to her visit, Michetti called Morocco an“important and strategic country” for Argentine foreign relations, adding the kingdom would “open Buenos Aires to the world.”