International Trade in Morocco

International Trade in Morocco

During the last few years, the Moroccan economy has been characterized by macro-economic stability, coupled with low inflation and a relatively slow economic growth. The government continues to adopt economic reforms and pursue the economic liberalization drive in order to stimulate growth... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Morocco

Main Industry Sectors

Thanks to the richness of Morocco's soil, the agricultural sector is dominant, employing  almost half of the active population and contributing around 20% to the GDP. Grains, fruits and vegetables are the country's main crops. Economic growth relies excessively on this sector.

Morocco has little by way of mineral resources; phosphates being its main wealth. Industry contributes around one-third of the GDP, thanks to the textiles, leather goods, food processing, oil refining and electronic assembling sectors. New industry areas are nevertheless booming as well and thus trying to diminish the kingdom's dependence on its agricultural sector: the chemical, automotive, computer, electronics nad aeronautic industry.

The tertiary sector contributes around 50% of the GDP and depends exclusively on tourism, which remains very dynamic despite the economic slowdown brought about by the attacks of September 11, 2001 and those of May 2003 in Casablanca. Other than granting concessions for a lot of public services in the major towns, the country recently liberalized oil and gas exploration regulations. Calls for tender procedures have become increasingly transparent.



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