Amid the historic events that swept the Middle East and North Africa early in 2011, Morocco initiated important political and social changes of its own, with King Mohammed VI spearheading the drafting of a new Constitution, as well as laying out a broad range of reforms to respond to popular demands for more democratic governance and better economic opportunities.
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October 22, 2014 — A new World Bank report provides evidence that shows how policies that stifle competition have prevented regional economies from creating the jobs necessary to absorb a growing workforce.Read More »
September 30, 2014 — With its bold investment in green energy, Morocco is also setting a global example for the kinds of actions called for at this year’s United Nations Climate Summit - the expanded solar plant is expected to reduce carbon emissions by 700,000 tons per year.Read More »
September 2, 2014 — Water loss has become an even greater challenge for public utilities throughout the region due to climate change, which threatens natural water supplies and increases the cost of new water resources.Read More »
August 27, 2014 — A new US$100 million Project will support the government’s efforts to create a clearer path from school to work, ensure women and disadvantaged young people have equal access to employment services, and promote micro-enterprises. Read More »