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Morocco convinced of legality of oil drilling contracts in southern provinces, Benkhadra
Morocco is convinced of the legality of the contracts signed with its partners in matters of oil drilling in the southern provinces, said Thursday Ms. Amina Benkhadra, head of the Moroccan Oil Drilling and Exploitation Office (ONAREP).
Morocco, Economics, 2/9/2002
King Mohammed wants exemplary partnership with China
Morocco's King Mohammed VI wants to establish an exemplary partnership between Morocco and China, Moroccan foreign affairs and cooperation minister, Mohamed Benaissa, said Saturday.
Morocco-China, Politics, 2/9/2002
Desertification threatens 90 percent of Moroccan land
Desertification threatens 90 percent of land in Morocco, where forests cover only 8 percent of the national territory.
Morocco, Environment, 2/9/2002
Some 130 African illegal Emigrants Arrested in Eastern Morocco
Morocco, Local, 2/9/2002
Morocco hosts first Amazigh song fesitival
Morocco will host on February 17-20 its first ever Amazigh song festival.
Morocco, Culture, 2/9/2002
Football: Morocco drawn in group 7 of African nations cup heats (2004)
Morocco was drawn in Group 7 of the 2004 African Nations Cup heats, due to start next summer.
Morocco, Sports, 2/9/2002
Davis cup: Morocco's al-Aynoui defeats Spain's corretja, levels teams
Morocco's Younes Al-Aynaoui on Friday defeated Spain's Alex Corretja and leveled his side, which already lost the first match to Spain part of the first round match of the Davis Cup.
Morocco, Sports, 2/9/2002
King Mohammed stresses role of tourism in conveying image of Morocco as open country
Of Morocco's tourism policy, the sovereign says the strategy implemented involves institutional, financial, real estate and fiscal dimensions, with the aim of attracting by 2010 an annual number of 10 million tourists
Morocco, Politics, 2/8/2002
Moroccan-Algerian economic, social cooperation probed
Moroccan-Algerian cooperation in economic and social realms was probed at a meeting in Rabat Thursday between Moroccan minister of social economy, SME and handicraft, Ahmed Lahlimi, and Algerian minister of reforms coordination, Noureddine Boukrouh.
Morocco-Algeria, Economics, 2/8/2002
Morocco hosts conference on energy in Sahel-Sahara countries
The Prime Minister said the energy sector contribution to the economy of the regional African group will increase thanks to the promising oil and gas prospects in some countries of the region
Regional-Morocco, Economics, 2/8/2002
US Tiffany & Co. opens franchise in Casablanca
US Luxury Jewels stores, Tiffany & Co., has opened a US$ 2-million franchise in Casablanca.
Morocco-USA, Business, 2/8/2002
Over 1,200 Moroccans Obtain Legal Stay Documents in Portugal
A process launched in Portugal to issue legal stay and work documents to illegal immigrants has benefited 1,288 Moroccans, says the Portuguese department of foreigners and borders.
Morocco-Portugal, Local, 2/8/2002
Morocco-born US woman turns 110, oldest naturalized citizen
Consuelo Moreno, a 110-year old women who was born in Morocco and lived there until 1965, has celebrated her 110th anniversary with her family members.
Morocco, Local, 2/8/2002
Morocco sets up investigation commission in Ukrainian plane crash
Morocco's ministry of transport and merchant navy announced the creation of a technical commission to investigate in the crash of a Ukrainian cargo plane on Wednesday in the mountains of southern Morocco.
Morocco-Ukraine, Local, 2/8/2002
Moroccan, Chinese businessmen sign mou
Morocco's King Mohammed VI chaired Thursday evening in Shanghai the signing ceremony of a memorandum of understanding between Moroccan and Chinese businessmen.
Morocco-China, Economics, 2/7/2002
Moroccan interior minister in Mauritania
Mauritania-Morocco, Politics, 2/7/2002
German deputy-foreign minister visits Morocco
Morocco-Germany, Politics, 2/7/2002
Some 23,000 minor girls work as housemaids in Casablanca region
Some 23,000 young girls are working as housemaids in the region of Casablanca, according to findings of a survey conducted by the ministry of economic forecasts and planning, the UNICEF and the FNUAP.
Morocco, Economics, 2/7/2002
Ukraine cargo crashes in Morocco, eight dead
Morocco-Ukraine, Local, 2/7/2002
British businessmen visit Morocco
A British business mission will visit Morocco end of February to explore partnership prospects with Moroccan operators. The delegation will include representatives of 32 firms operating in various sectors.
Morocco-UK, Economics, 2/7/2002
Morocco, guest of honor at Paris water international exhibition
Morocco's minister of sea fisheries, Said Chbaatou, who dedicated the pavilion, said it is a pride for Morocco to be a guest of honor at the event, adding that several water-related actions and programs have been carried out while others are being conducted to promote a better and rational use of water resources.
Morocco, Environment, 2/7/2002
Swedish Minister of Democracy Confers with Moroccan Human Rights Minister
Aujjar informed his interlocutor on the democratic process under way in Morocco and on efforts being made to consolidate the rule of the law, and recalled that as early as 1956, on the wake of its independence, Morocco opted for the democratic system, liberal economy and public freedoms
Morocco-Sweden, Culture, 2/6/2002
Saudi crown prince informs ministers' council on talks with King Mohammed
Saudi Arabia-Morocco, Politics, 2/6/2002
King Mohammed confers with senior Chinese officials
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, who started Tuesday a state visit to China, conferred Wednesday in Peking with several senior Chinese officials.
Morocco-China, Politics, 2/6/2002
Morocco's industrial federation deplores stagnating enterprise environment
Morocco, Economics, 2/6/2002
Twinning act between ports of Casablanca, Dubai signed
The Moroccan port of Casablanca and the Port of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, have been twinned under an act signed in Abu Dhabi Tuesday.
United Arab Emirates-Morocco, Economics, 2/6/2002
Morocco boasts largest oil refining project in Africa and Europe
General manager of oil-refining company (SAMIR) said his company has carried out the largest oil-refining project in Africa and Europe.
Morocco, Business, 2/6/2002
Hundreds of people protest police brutality against Moroccan immigrants in Spain
Hundreds of people took part on Sunday in the Spanish southern town of Almeria in a demo to condemn the Police brutality against some 300 Moroccan immigrants.
Morocco-Spain, Local, 2/6/2002
Moroccan business mission visits Turkey
Morocco-Turkey, Economics, 2/6/2002
Emirates carrier to service Casablanca
The United Arab Emirates' carrier "Emirates" will service five new bounds including Casablanca.
United Arab Emirates-Morocco, Business, 2/6/2002
Morocco, China sign five cooperation agreements
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, who is paying this Feb.5-7 a state visit to China and Chinese president, Jiang Zemin, chaired in Peking this Tuesday the signing ceremony of five new cooperation covenants between the two countries.
Morocco-China, Politics, 2/5/2002
Morocco's El Aynaoui ranks 6th on ATP
Morocco, Sports, 2/5/2002
Swedish Minister of Democracy in Morocco
Swedish minister of democracy and civil service, Britta Lejon, started this Tuesday an official visit to Morocco at the invitation of minister of human rights, Mohamed Aujjar.
Morocco-Sweden, Culture, 2/5/2002
Cooperation between Morocco and Abu Dhabi development fund probed
Cooperation between Morocco and the Abu Dhabi development fund was probed at a meeting in ABu Dhabi Monday between visiting minister of equipment, Bouamour Taghouane, and the Fund Director General, Said Khalfan Matar Ermiti.
United Arab Emirates-Morocco, Economics, 2/5/2002
Telecom sector expected to post us$ 4.3 mln sales in 2005
Sales of the Moroccan telecom sector is scheduled to increase from 20 billion Dirhams (US$ 1.7 bln) presently to 50 billion DH (US$ 4.3 bln) in 2005, said state secretary for post and information technologies, Nasr Hajji.
Morocco, Economics, 2/5/2002
Morocco asks IDB to finance study on off-shore zone in northern Moroccan province
Morocco has requested the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) to finance a technical study on the project to set up an off-shore zone in the Moroccan Mediterranean province of Nador.
Morocco, Economics, 2/5/2002
King Mohammed confers with Saudi leaders, performs oumra
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, who paid a visit of brotherhood and friendship to Saudi Arabia Saturday and Sunday, held Saturday evening talks with King Fahd Ibn Abdelaziz of Saudi Arabia and with Saudi heir apparent, vice president of the ministers council and head of the Saudi national guard, Prince Abdellah ibn Abdelaziz.
Saudi Arabia-Morocco, Politics, 2/4/2002
Moroccan interior minister meets Saudi peer
Saudi Arabia-Morocco, Politics, 2/4/2002
King Mohammed leaves Saudi Arabia for visit to China
Morocco's King Mohammed VI left this Monday Jeddah heading for China where he will be paying this Feb.5 through Feb.7 an official visit at the invitation of President Jiang Zemin.
Morocco-China, Politics, 2/4/2002
Princess Lalla Hasna of Morocco calls for Arab information charter to fight women's edging out
Morocco's Princess Lalla Hasna, youngest sister of King Mohammed VI, called for the adoption of an Arab information charter to struggle against women's edging out and fight all forms of discriminations they suffer from.
Morocco-Regional, Culture, 2/4/2002
Moroccan-Chinese trade ties weak but increasing
Moroccan-Chinese trade exchanges are still weak, totaling 3.21 billion Dirhams, nearly US$ 279.13 million in 2000.
Morocco-China, Economics, 2/4/2002
Association calls for inquiry in siphoning of parcels sent to Moroccan prisoners detained in Algeria
The Moroccan Sahara association called international organizations to open an investigation in the case of parcels sent by families of people detained in the Tindouf camps but never reached their destinations.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 2/4/2002
Casablanca hosts forum on investment in north Africa
Regional-Morocco, Economics, 2/4/2002
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