ADFD Finances 76 Development Projects in Morocco Worth AED 9 Billion
Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), Abu Dhabi’s leading national entity for development aid, and the Government of Morocco have enjoyed strong bilateral ties dating back to 1974. The four-decade-long close relations continue to drive sustainable socio-economic development across key sectors that benefit the citizens of Morocco.
Largest green-bond fund for emerging markets nearing $2 billion
The fund aims to marry the goals of investors seeking more high-yield opportunities and development banks seeking to expand the green economy in emerging markets
The World Bank’s International Finance Corp. and European asset manager Amundi SA are targeting year-end to raise $2 billion for...
Climate Finance Update: Climate Funds Announced for Africa
During the month of July, major multilateral meetings drew attention to the need for adequate and predictable climate finance for developing countries, with only the US abstaining from the calls. The Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board met amidst calls from civil society to broaden the scope of qualifying adaptation activities. 
IMF, AMF, AFESD and Government of Morocco To Host Regional Conference 
“Opportunity for All—Promoting Growth, Jobs, and Inclusiveness in the Arab World”
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), Arab Monetary Fund (AMF), Arab Fund for Social and Economic Development (AFESD) and Government of Morocco will co-host a high-level conference in Marrakesh, January 29–30, 2018...
Why African Fintech is different to developed markets
The African fintech space is different to more developed markets in that startups in the sector are building a whole new infrastructure as opposed to tweaking an existing system. That’s according to Carl Wazen, co-founder of South African payments startup Yoco, which recently announced it now has 10,000 SMEs...
The Plan to Turn Africa’s Mobile Phone Towers Green
GreenWish Partners, a renewable energy company run by a former Morgan Stanley executive, is planning to invest $800 million on solar-powered telecommunications towers across Africa. The project could fuel economic growth by providing power for essential services. Sub-Saharan Africa has the lowest rates of energy access...

IMF's Second Review Mission of the Precautionary and Liquidity Line for Morocco


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