Rabat - Morocco will have a chance to push its exports at "Rencontres Africa" in Paris, convening decision-makers from Africa and Europe.
Rabat – Morocco will have a chance to push its exports at “Rencontres Africa” in Paris, convening decision-makers from Africa and Europe.
The third Rencontres Africa (Africa Meetings) will be held September 24-25.
The business delegation, led by the Moroccan Association of Exporters (ASMEX), will also include representatives of the Moroccan Investment and Export Development Agency (AMDIE), the French Chamber of Commerce, and Moroccan industries, as well as some 20 exporters in order to explore opportunities for growth of Morocco’s exports.
Several sectors, including agriculture, fisheries, health, and construction will be represented at the event, which allows exporters to meet 800 African decision-makers as well as 1,500 French and European leaders.
Morocco’s foreign trade actors will actively participate to promote the continuity of South-South and South-North orientations initiated by the kingdom.
“Rencontres Africa is one of the strategic meetings for the association, which has been working since 1982 to promote the national export offer,” said ASMEX President Hassan Sentissi El Idrissi.
This year’s program includes conferences and B2B meetings with intra-participant meetings. The meetings are arranged directly via a matching platform. The event will also include pavilions from the nine African countries represented, including Morocco.