On behalf of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco, ABANA is pleased to invite its members to attend the Morocco Business Conference.
This Conference, which follows two “Morocco U.S. Business Conferences” (Washington, Dec. 4, 2012) and (Rabat, March 10-11, 2014), represents the first of a series of networking events across the United States to promote specific business opportunities with Morocco.
The objective of this Conference is to promote investment and trade opportunities, as well as business partnerships, particularly in the fields of energy, finance, logistics, and manufacturing.
This conference will be a great opportunity to discuss and highlight the unique advantages of Morocco and how existing partnerships can be enhanced.
Since 2006 when the U.S. Morocco Free Trade Agreement (FTA) took effect,, trade between our two countries has quadrupled and the U.S. investment in Morocco has steadily increased.
Morocco, which is the only African country with an FTA with the U.S., is also the second largest African investor in Africa and the largest African recipient of Foreign Direct Investment in 2013. The country offers a world class infrastructure, a business friendly environment, and unique platforms such as Casablanca Finance City and Tanger Med to serve your business needs.
High level Moroccan business leaders and officials will be travelling to Dallas and will be keen in having B2B meetings with their U.S. counterparts to explore and discuss active engagement in Morocco as well as in the European Union and Africa.
For further information feel free to contact Nabigha Hajji at n.hajji @ maec.gov.ma or Majda Saber at embmorecon @ gmail.com.