Morocco is the entry of North Africa and aims to
become the key country in North and West
Africa. Like Senegal, Morocco is one of the most
stable African countries. It is growing at a fast
rate and a new middle class is now emerging.
With a national average age of 29, Morocco is a
young country: It provides a great labor force and
it is a chance for foreigners who will find it easy
to communicate with their Moroccan business
Thanks to the various free trade agreements and customs dismantling (EU, United States, Turkey, Arab League), Morocco is able to target a potential market of more than one billion consumers in more than 55 countries.
75% of the world's phosphate reserves are Moroccan. A resource that the country has grown by making the Office Cherifien Phosphate (OCP) the first global company in the field. It holds onethird of the world market share of phosphate
exports in all its forms. The office has also opened offices around the world (Paris, São Paulo, New Delhi, Buenos Aires, Istanbul, etc.), and has established several joint ventures, such as BSFT, a trading company based in Turkey.
Also, Morocco is at 2h flight from London and Paris. It is a great link between the European countries and the African continent.