Youssoufi calls for setting up Morocco-New Zealand business council
Morocco-New Zealand, Economics, 3/9/1999
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi called Monday for the establishment of a Morocco-New Zealand business council that will contribute to building up genuine partnership between the two countries.
Youssoufi made the call during a meeting with New Zealand fisheries, biodiversity, trade and agriculture minister, John Luxton, currently on an official visit to Morocco.
Luxton stressed the need for the two countries to develop cooperation, especially in agriculture, fisheries, tourism and privatization.
Luxton, the first New Zealander political official to visit Morocco, previously conferred with some members of the Moroccan government, including Foreign Affairs Minister Abdellatif Filali, Fisheries Minister Thami Khyari, Trade, Industry and Handicraft Minister Alami Tazi and Agriculture Minister Habib Malki.
Morocco exports fertilizers and phosphates to New Zealand and imports butter, powder milk, meat and wool.
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