MOROCCO: Casablanca's Morocco Mall to join world's best
By Petah Marian | 29 November 2011
Casablanca is set to join the ranks of the world's leading shopping destinations with the opening next week of The Morocco Mall, which boasts 350 stores and covers more than 70,000 square metres.
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