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Morocco's modernisation drive draws investor attention

With the largest stock exchange in north Africa, a slew of new projects intended to attract foreign investors and a modernisation drive to improve existing institutions, Casablanca is well positioned to achieve its aim of becoming an international financial centre.

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Morocco provides haven from revolutions and recession

While its partners in Europe contemplate the possibility of a double-dip recession and its neighbours get to grips with the aftermath of the 'Arab Spring' uprisings, there is a pervading feeling that Morocco will sustain its solid economic growth.

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Morocco looks to play to tourism strengths

Attracting travellers to Morocco is not difficult, given its array of natural attractions and reputation as a cultural hot-spot. However, the country's government is not resting on its laurels, and has launched a plan to pull in more tourists, and in doing so attract more foreign investment and create more jobs.

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