In addition, the NABC and the Moroccan Investment and Export Development Agency (AMDIE), that is part of the Moroccan Ministry of Commerce, signed a one-year contract in April 2022, to promote investments and developments in the Moroccan Agri-Food processing sector.
Three years ago, in April 2019, the fourth edition of Africa Works! was themed ‘Future African Cities.’ It was opened by Ahmed Aboutaleb, the mayor of Rotterdam. Morocco hosted a country workshop where it highlighted investment opportunities in Morocco’s main cities. In 2018, the NABC conducted a business opportunity report on Morocco’s Renewable Energy Sector and on the reuse of wastewater in Morocco.
Download: Business Opportunities Renewable Energy Morocco
Download: Business Opportunities report: Reuse of wastewater in Morocco
In 2016, NABC received an incoming trade delegation from Morocco including the Agency for Solar Energy, Ministry of Water, Energy & Environment and L’office Chériefien des Phosphates. In preparation of the COP 22 the Moroccan delegation came to the Netherlands to meet Dutch companies for trade, business and investment opportunities.
Photo: An employee of a factory that manufactures electric wires for cars in Tanger. (C) Rik Goverde