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MOROCCO,
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
AND BUSINESS CLIMATE
MOROCCAN INVESTMENT AND EXPORTS
DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
MOROCCO, BUSINESS CLIMATE
MOROCCO OVERVIEW
Capital
Area 710 850 km²
Time Zone GMT (GMT+1 in summer)
Rabat
Institutional
System
Democratic and social...
STRONG
MACROECONOMIC DRIVERS
Morocco has shown resilience to the crisis, posted growth driven by internal demand
and publi...
STRONG
MACROECONOMIC DRIVERS
Morocco has shown resilience to the crisis, posted growth driven by internal demand
and publi...
A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
CONDUCIVE TO INVESTMENT
MOROCCO
TUNISIA
TURKEY
USA
QATAR
SOUTHAFRICA
BRAZIL
ROMANIA
SPAIN
JORDAN
FR...
7
Plus de 50
conventions de
non double
imposition+pro
tection de
l’investissemen
t
3
1
No restrictions to
capital for
non-...
8
IN 8 YEARS, MOROCCO HAS WON 59 RANKS IN THE RANKING DOING BUSINESS
(128TH POSITION IN 2010, 69TH IN 2018 )
3RD AT THE AF...
GEOSTRATEGIC LOCATION
AT THE CROSSROADS OF THE CONTINENTS
Sources:RoyalAirMaroc;COMANAV
Due to its political stability, so...
EXCELLENT
INFRASTRUCTURES
Source:Autoroutesdu Maroc,AMDI,UNCTADreport2016
Index of liner shipping connectivity in
Morocco ...
UNIQUE SET OF FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS GIVING
ACCESS TO 1.3 BILLIONCONSUMERS
In order to foster investment in Morocco, Morocc...
MOROCCO :
KEY SECTORS AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Département Etudes et Veille -10082017
13
 Strategies with quantitative targets and adequate means
 Private sector involvement in the development
 Private Inv...
AMBITIOUS SECTORAL
STRATEGIES
•4,6 MMUSD investment
•Gas terminal
•400 km gazoduc
•Combined cycle powerplant
AGRICULTURE :...
INDUSTRIAL ACCELERATION PLAN 2014-2020 :
CREATE THE MOMENTUM FOR THE INDUSTRIALIZATION OF MOROCCO
Succeedin boosting
our
i...
Mechanical and
Metalworking industries
Automotive Aeronautics Textil
e
Building Material Pharmaceuticals Offshoring
Chemic...
MOROCCO,
STRENGTHENING THE SOUTH-SOUTH
PARTNERSHIP
18
• By 2050, Africa's economy would be close
to 10 times bigger than it is today.
• Six of the world’s ten fastest-growin...
19
MOROCCAN GEOSTRATEGIC VISION TOWARDS AFRICA
•Morocco, under the vision of its King, is keen to strengthen its
position ...
20
20
NORTH AFRICA
WEST AFRICA
EAST AFRICA
CENTRAL AFRICA
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
Banking Insurance TelecomICT & Media Mining
Cons...
THANK YOU
www.invest.gov.ma
www.mcinet.gov.ma
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DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
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  1. 1. MOROCCO, INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND BUSINESS CLIMATE MOROCCAN INVESTMENT AND EXPORTS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
  2. 2. MOROCCO, BUSINESS CLIMATE
  3. 3. MOROCCO OVERVIEW Capital Area 710 850 km² Time Zone GMT (GMT+1 in summer) Rabat Institutional System Democratic and social Constitutional Monarchy N° of inhabitants 34.5 millions Languages Arabic and Amazigh (official) French. Spanish. English GDP 2016 Growth 2016 +1.2% Inflation Rate 2016 1.6% 103 Billion USD GDP per capita 2016 3 000 USD GDP Distribution (2016) Primary Sector Secondary Sector TertiarySector 14% 29% 57%
  4. 4. STRONG MACROECONOMIC DRIVERS Morocco has shown resilience to the crisis, posted growth driven by internal demand and public investment, and controlled inflation Average 2012-2016 2016 GDPGrowth Inflationrate FDIinflow growth Unemploymentrate Sources :Commissariat au Plan. OfficedesChanges 3.2% 1.5% 6.0% 9.4% 1.2% 1.6% -17.5% 9.4%
  5. 5. STRONG MACROECONOMIC DRIVERS Morocco has shown resilience to the crisis, posted growth driven by internal demand and public investment, and controlled inflation Average 2012-2016 2016 GDPGrowth Inflationrate Unemploymentrate Sources :Commissariat au Plan. OfficedesChanges 3.2% 1.5% 9.4% 1.2% 1.6% 9.4% FDIinflow growth 7.6% 15.4% Average 2012-2017 2017
  6. 6. A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO INVESTMENT MOROCCO TUNISIA TURKEY USA QATAR SOUTHAFRICA BRAZIL ROMANIA SPAIN JORDAN FRANCE LOW LOW MEDIUM LOW LOW LOW LOW PORTUGAL LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW MEDIUM MEDIUM LOW LOW LOW LOW MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM Medium MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM MEDIUM ALG%ERIA HIGH HIGH HIGH EGYPT HIGH HIGH HIGH Control Risks is a British consulting firm specialized in geopolitical and economic risks for businesses, and people since 1975, with operations in 36 countries. Stable political environment o'ver the last 10years 2015 2016 2017 LOW MOROCCO RANKED "SAFE DESTINATION" BY THE US STATE DEPARTMENT 2016 MEDIUM MEDIUM
  7. 7. 7 Plus de 50 conventions de non double imposition+pro tection de l’investissemen t 3 1 No restrictions to capital for non-residents 2 convertibility regime for foreign investment operations (free transfer income, liquidation proceeds or disposal) 3 Several bilateral investment treaties (BITs) and bilateral double taxation treaties (DTTs) A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO INVESTMENT
  8. 8. 8 IN 8 YEARS, MOROCCO HAS WON 59 RANKS IN THE RANKING DOING BUSINESS (128TH POSITION IN 2010, 69TH IN 2018 ) 3RD AT THE AFRICAN LEVEL 5th AFRICAN COUNTRY IN TERMS OF COMPETITIVENESS ACCORDING TO GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS INDEX - WEF 2017-2018 1ST MOST ATTRACTIVE AFRICAN COUNTRY FOR FOREIGN INVESTORS - ERNST & YOUNG AFRICA ATTRACTIVENESS SURVEY 2017 CASABLANCA RANKED 15TH CITY OF THE FUTURE FOR 2016/17 IN THE AEROSPACE SECTOR AND OVERALL FDI PROJECT NUMBERS IN TERMS OF INVESTMENT FDI INTELLIGENCE 28/11/2016 A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO INVESTMENT
  9. 9. GEOSTRATEGIC LOCATION AT THE CROSSROADS OF THE CONTINENTS Sources:RoyalAirMaroc;COMANAV Due to its political stability, solidinfrastructure, and strategic location, Morocco is rapidly becoming a regional manufacturing and export base for internationalcompanies. Flight duration Sea/land route PARIS ROME FRANkFURT SAO PAULO NEW YORK CAIRO ACCRA BEIJING DAKAR MADRID 22h 30d 3h 4d 18h 25d 1h 1d 2h 2d 3h 3d 2h 2d 4h 4d 4h 5d 7h 10d 7h DOHA
  10. 10. EXCELLENT INFRASTRUCTURES Source:Autoroutesdu Maroc,AMDI,UNCTADreport2016 Index of liner shipping connectivity in Morocco :ranks 16th on the liner shipping connectivity index (# 1inAfrica) 1st Free Zone on the African Continent (Financial Times 2016) 5th largest port ofthe Mediterranean sea .Ideal platform to serveMediterranean and Western African countries .Connections to 171 international ports in 67countries .Capacity of 9 million containers in 2017 .Target : Top 15 worldwide Ports 2 shorelines: Mediterranean and Atlantic 38 ports among which 13 dedicated to foreign trade. Airports 16 international airoports Casablanca #1 hub between Europe and Africa Highways Network multiplied par 12 in 15 years Connecting 70% of the population Tramways Rabat and Casablanca 1 Billion EURinvestment Trains 1st high-speed train (Tangier-Casablanca) available in2018 1.8 Billion EURinvestment TANGIER MED
  11. 11. UNIQUE SET OF FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS GIVING ACCESS TO 1.3 BILLIONCONSUMERS In order to foster investment in Morocco, Moroccan Government implemented key administrative, fiscal, real estate incentives along with several tradeagreements BILATERAL AGREEMENTS UAE – JORDAN -TURKEY MULTILATERAL AGREEMENTS MEDITERRANEAN ARAB COUNTRIES (AGADIR DECLARATION) TRADE FACILITATION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN ARAB COUNTRIES ECONOMIC GROUPS FTA MOROCCO –STATES OF THEEUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF FREETRADE ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT WITH THE EU Agreement with Turkey (2003) Agadir Agreement (2004) United Arab Emirates Agreement (2003) Arab League Agreement (1998)Agreement under negotiations with the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS & CEMAC) Agreement with United States of America (2005) Agreement under negotiations with Canada Association Agreement with the European Union (1996) Advanced status granted in 2008
  12. 12. MOROCCO : KEY SECTORS AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Département Etudes et Veille -10082017
  13. 13. 13  Strategies with quantitative targets and adequate means  Private sector involvement in the development  Private Investment Opportunities  Annual assessments made before the Head of State PRIVATE INVESTMENT: AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE SECTORAL STRATEGIES
  14. 14. AMBITIOUS SECTORAL STRATEGIES •4,6 MMUSD investment •Gas terminal •400 km gazoduc •Combined cycle powerplant AGRICULTURE : GREEN MOROCCO PLAN 2020 •Turnover x3 1.5 Bn USD •Investment x10 0.4 Bn USD •Jobs x2 30 000 MINING SECTOR 2025 LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY : PERFORMANT CLUSTERS STRATEGY 2020 • Industrial GDP to reach 23% of global GDP • Creation of 500 000 jobs • Creation of Industrial Development • Fund: $2.5 Bn • Allocation of 1 000 hectars of land for rent • Renewable energy > 40% of national production by2020 (52% in 2030) • Capacity :2 000 MWof solar power + 2 000 MW of windpower ENERGY : MOROCCAN SOLAR PLAN2020 TOURISM : 2020 VISION •20 million tourists in 2020 • 200 000 new beds •Tourism GDP: from US$6 billion in 2010 to US$17 billion in 2020 •To modernize the agricultural sector •US$10 billion in additional GDP from agriculture •US$15 billion in public and private investments
  15. 15. INDUSTRIAL ACCELERATION PLAN 2014-2020 : CREATE THE MOMENTUM FOR THE INDUSTRIALIZATION OF MOROCCO Succeedin boosting our industrialization... ...through thedevelopment of competitiveclusters 500 000 Jobs created in the industry, half of them through foreign investments +9pts Raise the share of industry in the GDP To 23% 0 Rebalance our trade accounts by promoting exports and substituting local sourcing to imports . Cornerstone of theIAP . Competitive clusters as a key to modernize and integrate each industry . Industrial fund : 20 Billion MAD . Land : 1000hectars . Dedicated financialproducts . Coordinated training programs . OVsets andimports substitutionCross-functional aims of the IAP: . Rebalance trade . Include informal economy . Increase vertical integration MNC/SMB JOB CREATION ADDED VALUE TRADE BALANCE INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER STRATEGY SUPPORTIVE MEASURES TRADE BALANCE AND INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT
  16. 16. Mechanical and Metalworking industries Automotive Aeronautics Textil e Building Material Pharmaceuticals Offshoring ChemicalsLeather Heavy Trucks INDUSTRIAL ACCELERATION PLAN : SOME ALREADY SIGNED PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS
  17. 17. MOROCCO, STRENGTHENING THE SOUTH-SOUTH PARTNERSHIP
  18. 18. 18 • By 2050, Africa's economy would be close to 10 times bigger than it is today. • Six of the world’s ten fastest-growing economies in the world over the last decade were in Africa. It is expected to be seven by 2020. • There is a rise of a consumer society, which increases demand, boosts local production and amplifies middle class. AFRICAN ECONOMIC POTENTIALITIES The true size of Africa embraces China, the US, India, Eastern Europe and the most important Western European countries * Bloomberg
  19. 19. 19 MOROCCAN GEOSTRATEGIC VISION TOWARDS AFRICA •Morocco, under the vision of its King, is keen to strengthen its position as an African leader. This is marked by the various visits of His Majesty to different African countries. •With its $800 millions of investments, Morocco is the 2nd African investor in the continent after South Africa. •Morocco is considered as a platform for foreign companies to project their activities in sub-Saharan Africa due to:  Deep knowledge of African markets  Very frequent airline connections  A strong Moroccan banking sector present in Africa • Cooperation between Morocco and the other African countries is expected to strength, in order to reach several sectors where Morocco can provide its support and experience; King Mohamed VI meeting Malian President (up) and Senegalian President (down)
  20. 20. 20 20 NORTH AFRICA WEST AFRICA EAST AFRICA CENTRAL AFRICA SOUTHERN AFRICA Banking Insurance TelecomICT & Media Mining Construction and Real Estate Pharmaceutical Air transport MOROCCAN COMPANIES, LARGE FOOTSTEP IN AFRICA
  21. 21. THANK YOU www.invest.gov.ma www.mcinet.gov.ma MOROCCAN INVESTMENT AND EXPORTS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
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