MOROCCO: Government launches new plan to boost exports
The Moroccan government has launched a new strategy to try to boost exports of key products - including textiles - over the next ten years.
'Maroc Export Plus' aims to generate 380,000 new jobs and an extra MAD85bn (US$10.4bn) in revenues by 2018 by promoting Moroccan products around the world.
Launching the plan last week, the Minister of Foreign Trade, Abdellatif Maazouzi, outlined other measures to boost productivity, including a training agreement to support export industries including textiles.
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