Moroccan finance, a catalyst for initiatives
The track of the first bank branches in Morocco goes back to the second half of the nineteenth century.
However, it was only in 1907 that the State…
Morocco’s aspiration for Africa
Morocco’s commitment for Africa’s development has been translated into facts shortly after the country’s independence. Thus in 1960, the Casablanca Conference brought together, under the aegis of the late King Mohammed V, key African leaders, paving the way for the setting up, two years later in Addis Ababa, of the former Organization of African Union (OAU). It is in the context of this commitment and solidarity with the continent that Morocco announced, during the first EU-Africa summit in 2000, its decision to cancel the debts of more than twenty African least developed countries. In 2001, the kingdom joined the Community of Sahel -Saharan States (CEN –SAD.)…