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International colloquy on emigration adopts Tangier Declaration
The Tangier declaration draws attention to the contradictions of globalization which imposes the lowering of barriers to the movement of capitals and goods and at the same time limits the freedom of movement of persons.
Morocco-Morocco, Politics, 11/27/1998
Participation in Moroccan health workers' strike is high
Sources in the Moroccan union that implemented a strike yesterday in the health sector stated that the percentage of participants in the strike was high.
Morocco, Politics, 11/27/1998
Israeli occupation turns Jerusalem into tension spot, King Hassan says
History also teaches us that all the forms of domination and arrogance and the substitution of the force of justice and equity with the logic of force remain precarious and doomed to vanish, King Hassan II said
Regional-Morocco, Politics, 11/27/1998
Morocco and China to sign nuclear plant deal
Morocco intends to sign a deal with China for the construction of a nuclear plant to generate electricity
Morocco-China, Economics, 11/27/1998
Morocco and Russia extend fishing accord
Morocco and Russia agreed Thursday to extend by one year the three-year fishing accord they signed in 1995.
Morocco-Russia, Economics, 11/27/1998
Morocco says no deadline set to answer Annan's proposals on Sahara
Morocco on Thursday said no deadline was set to respond to the proposals made by the U.N. Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, for the relaunching of the U.N. settlement plan in the Sahara.
Morocco-UN, Politics, 11/27/1998
Libyan sanctions to be broken by Morrocans
A delegation of Moroccan political parties represented in the Parliament will fly this Friday to Libya aboard an airliner to express solidarity with the Libyan people facing "an unfair embargo."
Morocco-Libya, Politics, 11/27/1998
Alarmed by drought specter, government summons commission
Morocco suffers from cyclical drought at an average of once every three years, a fact that severely affects its agriculture sector. The sector accounts for more than 20 percent of the Gross Domestic Product and employs half of the country's total workforce of 10 million.
Morocco, Economics, 11/27/1998
Morocco and Tunisia sign agriculture cooperation accord
Morocco and Tunisia in Rabat on Thursday to upgrade partnership in matters of agriculture and related sectors.
Morocco-Tunisia, Economics, 11/27/1998
Morocco and Romania step up university cooperation
Morocco-Romania, Education, 11/27/1998
Spanish policeman rapes Moroccan girl in occupied Mellilia
A spanish policeman raped a young Moroccan girl in Mellilia, a northern Moroccan city still occupied by Spain, "Mellilia Hoy" daily reported.
Morocco-Spain, Local, 11/26/1998
Rain deficit may effect Moroccan economy
Moroccan agricultural circles expressed fears that the draught Morocco has been witnessing since summer would cause "a catastrophe which may hit coming seasonal agricultural crops."
Morocco, Agriculture, 11/26/1998
Some 510 AIDS cases reported in Morocco up to last June
Some 510 AIDS cases had been reported in Morocco up to last June, while the number of HIV-infected people is estimated between 5,000 and 6,000.
Morocco, Health, 11/26/1998
Morocco is attached to Iraq's unity and territorial integrity
"Morocco is attached to the unity and territorial integrity of Iraq," Mohamed Jalal Essaid said at a meeting with a delegation from the Iraqi National Council (Parliament), led by Hussein Gacem Nadaoui.
Morocco-Iraq, Politics, 11/26/1998
Morocco and Bulgaria to set up free trade zone
Morocco and Bulgaria signed Wednesday in Rabat a memorandum of understanding for the establishment of a free-trade zone between the two countries.
Morocco-Bulgaria, Economics, 11/26/1998
Postal and telecommunications workers will observe general strike next month
Moroccan postal and telecom workers will observe a one-day general strike next Dec. 18 to protest the deterioration of their financial situation.
Morocco, Economics, 11/26/1998
Greek Kapachim group to install in Morocco
Greek Detergent leading group Kapachim is planning to set up a $10 Million plant in Morocco.
Morocco-Greece, Business, 11/26/1998
Some 90 percent of Moroccan children are vaccinated
The vaccination campaigns staged annually in Morocco during the months of October and November helped immunize 90 percent of Moroccan children against deadly diseases.
Morocco, Health, 11/26/1998
International socialist backs Annan's efforts to settle Sahara issue
The International Socialist association voiced backing to the efforts made by the U.N. secretary-general for the settlement of the Sahara issue.
Morocco, Politics, 11/26/1998
Britain intends to reschedule 25 million pounds in Moroccan debt
The chairman of the British Overseas Trade Board announced that London intends to reschedule 25 million pounds in Moroccan debt owed to Britain.
Morocco-UK, Politics, 11/26/1998
Moroccan minister expounds economic efforts, cuts applications processing time from days to hours
Oualalou recalled that the budget deficit was brought down to less than 3 percent and the inflation rate was curbed to 2.8 percent. He added that Morocco expects a growth rate of 6.7 percent in 1999 and of 6 percent in 2002-2003.
Morocco, Economics, 11/25/1998
President Arafat meets Moroccan delegation in Gaza
Palestinian president, Yasser Arafat, received Tuesday in self-ruled Gaza members of the Moroccan delegation that arrived early Tuesday morning aboard a Moroccan airliner marking the official inauguration of the Gaza airport.
Palestine-Morocco, Economics, 11/25/1998
Morocco moves to fight violence against women
"The statistics are the visible part of the iceberg," he said, "because there exist many cases of violence that the victims do not dare talk about publicly due to some socio-cultural reasons."
Morocco, Culture, 11/25/1998
British enterprises interested by Morocco's privatization program
British enterprises are interested in the Moroccan privatization program and several of these enterprises will apply to purchase the Moroccan companies that will be privatized, said chairman of the British Overseas Trade Board, Martin Laing.
Morocco-UK, Economics, 11/25/1998
Moroccan interior minister in Bucharest this Wednesday
Morocco-Romania, Politics, 11/25/1998
Morocco and Tunisia to step up higher education cooperation
Morocco-Tunisia, Politics, 11/25/1998
Socialist association backs Morocco's alternation program
The council of the international socialist association, which wound up works here on Tuesday, expressed backing to the program of the Moroccan socialist-led government.
Morocco, Politics, 11/25/1998
King Hassan receives Mauritanian envoy
Morocco-Mauritania, Politics, 11/25/1998
During the Syrian-Turkish crisis; Morocco refused to receive Yilmaz
Morocco-Turkey, Politics, 11/25/1998
Moroccans called upon to donate one working day to Al-Quds fund
The Moroccan association of support to the Palestinian struggle calls all Moroccan citizens to donate the income of one working day to "Bait Al-Mal Al-Quds" (Jerusalem fund).
Morocco-Regional, Culture, 11/24/1998
Algeria denies receiving Moroccan letter through Arafat
Algeria denied on Monday news that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat has conveyed a letter to president Liamine Zeroual from Moroccan premier Abderrahmane Youssoufi.
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 11/24/1998
Morocco says Moroccan debt stands at $19.5 billion, not $23 billion
The Moroccan Finance Ministry said that Moroccan external debt stood at the end December 1997 at $19.5 billion.
Morocco, Economics, 11/24/1998
Moroccan premier to visit China in December accompanied by business delegation
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi will pay an official visit to China next December 3-8.
Morocco-China, Politics, 11/24/1998
Moroccan and French economic operators conclude three partnership conventions
Moroccan and French Economic operators concluded here on Monday three partnership conventions.
Morocco-France, Economics, 11/24/1998
Tunisian higher education minister in Morocco
Tunisian Higher Education minister, Dali El Jazi, arrived Monday here for talks with Moroccan officials on ways of boosting partnership between the two countries in academic studies, university management and related sectors.
Tunisia-Morocco, Politics, 11/24/1998
Morocco calls industrialized countries to protect immigrants
Moroccan minister of human rights, Mohamed Aujjar, called Monday industrialized countries to adhered to the 1990 international convention on the protection of immigrants and their relatives.
Morocco, Politics, 11/24/1998
King Hassan receives French mayor
Morocco-France, Culture, 11/24/1998
Morocco sets up environment action plan
A national environment action plan, aimed at ensuring the integration of ecological concerns in the economic and social development, was presented over the weekend in Rabat.
Morocco, Environment, 11/23/1998
Two Moroccan ministers in France to consolidate business ties
Two Moroccan ministers are currently visiting France in quest for closer cooperation between Moroccan and French small and medium enterprises.
Morocco-France, Economics, 11/23/1998
Morocco has always endeavored to consolidate its Arab orientation
Morocco has been endeavoring since its independence to strengthen its Arab orientation which cannot be subject of doubts or overbids, said Moroccan Premier Abderrahmane Youssoufi.
Regional-Morocco, Politics, 11/23/1998
French group to invest usd 380 million in Morocco
The French "Accor" group said it plans to invest a total of 3.5 billion dh in various tourism and leisure projects in Morocco.
Morocco-France, Business, 11/23/1998
Morocco's al-Aynaoui wins tournament in Argentina
Morocco, Sports, 11/23/1998
U.S. ambassador to Morocco calls for support to Morocco's reforms
The U.S ambassador to Morocco said his country is aware that it has all interest to see the political, economic and social reforms ushered in Morocco crowned with success.
Morocco, Politics, 11/23/1998
Morocco wants sustained development to reduce unemployment
Morocco, Economics, 11/23/1998
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