Morocco: Latest News
Dana Sanchez, 3:21 pm
Things you need to know to do business in Africa, according to a 30-year veteran: “In Africa everything is done with the heart, not with the head. If you sit down with a calculator and start doing all these risk analyses, then Africa is not for you. You have to have a passion for Africa.”
Dana Sanchez, 3:25 pm
Total’s ambition is to take a leading position in mobile payment distribution in Africa, said Momar Nguer, Total’s marketing and services division director for Africa and Middle-East.
Ann Brown, 6:00 pm
There’s a new deal between India and Morocco. The two countries have signed a protocol amending the Double Taxation Avoidance Convention between them and to ensure effective exchange of information on tax matters, reports Business Standard. The pact was signed by Sudha Sharma, chairperson, Central Board of Direct Taxes, on behalf of the Indian government […]
Makula Dunbar, 3:57 pm
India and Morocco Thursday signed a protocol amending the Double Taxation Avoidance Convention between the two countries and to ensure effective exchange of information on tax matters.
Dana Sanchez, 4:34 pm
In October, Kraft Foods split into two Nasdaq-listed companies: Kraft Foods, the mature North American grocery business; and Mondelez International, a global snack food company. Kraft Foods South Africa changed its name to Mondelez South Africa at the end of July. Mondelez International has earmarked $100 million for investment in emerging markets this year.
Keren Mikva, 11:00 am
The most important thing we can learn from these world-class philanthropists is that the more you donate, the more likely it is that you can name things after yourself.
Dana Sanchez, 10:06 am
South Africa is the largest economy in Africa, but the future might be different as other African countries enter high-speed economic growth fueled by commodities while South Africa’s economy grows at moderate rates.
Makula Dunbar, 9:47 am
A Chinese firm is all set to build a 318-megawatt coal-fired plant in the African nation of Morocco. The new plant is part of the master plan to cope with the rapid growth in electricity demand in this African nation which is around 10 per cent annually.
Makula Dunbar, 4:42 pm
Mustapha Tahiri, a cannabis farmer in northern Morocco, looks forward to the day he can sell his crop without worrying about jail. His country’s legislators may soon grant his wish. “I’d be a lot happier if the state leaves us alone,” says Tahiri, a father of seven whose home in the village of Beni Gmil was raided by government forces last year.
Keren Mikva, 11:11 am
As the economy begins to bounce back, investors are on the lookout for exciting opportunities around the globe – and may be heading to some new territory. With a reputation for political instability, many countries in Africa have not seen the type of investment one might expect for the second-fastest growing economy in the world, […]
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