Morocco is solidifying its position as a commercial bridge between Europe and West Africa, and modern infrastructure in the form of world-class ports, airports, and rail links are key to realizing this goal. Morocco is seen as a regional hub in North West Africa for transportation and business.
To meet the domestic demand for infrastructure, the Moroccan government plans to invest, more than $15 billion to upgrade its basic infrastructure. In addition, given Morocco’s growing population and the economic importance of agriculture, a plethora of projects are underway in water technologies including wastewater treatment, water distribution and irrigation.
The cornerstone of their program is the U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which complements existing FTAs with the European Union and other nations in the region,
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