Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, has announced that its advanced epassport technologies are now being used in over 30 different countries including Morocco and Algeria.
With illegal wildlife trade being one of the most serious threats to biodiversity, the International Fund for Animal Welfare and the Moroccan government’s High Commission for Water, and forests are announcing a partnership to strengthen the protection of wildlife and habitats.
Fitch Ratings grants Moroccan reinsurer Societe Centrale de Reassurance Triple A rating with a stable outlook
Moroccan reinsurer Societe Centrale de Reassurance (SCR has been granted by Fitch Rating services local triple A rating (AAA) with Stable Outlook, reflecting its financial soundness and solvency of 202% Solvency Ratio for the year 2016.
Technology group Wärtsilä is to supply a 22 MW baseload power plant to Morocco’s state utility under an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract.
Sound Energy, the African and European focused upstream gas company, is pleased to confirm the final approval of the Matarka licence in eastern Morocco.
Total and Worldline partner with African Fintech InTouch to support deployment of Guichet Unique solutions in eight African countries
Total and Worldline have signed binding technological, commercial and financing agreements with African fintech InTouch.
Morocco has received approval for a $25 million loan from the Climate Investment Funds’ Clean Technology Fund (CIF CTF).
EuroMena is pleased to announce the acquisition of a minority stake of Retail Holding SA, a leading Moroccan Retailer. Proceeds of the investment will mainly be used to fund the expansion of the Group.
The World Bank has unveiled a $350 million program to support wide-ranging reforms of financial intermediation in Morocco. The operation supports new sources of financing for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) while improving the regulatory oversight of the banking sector.
Africa Legal Network has announced the admission of three new members as part of their strategy to expand into francophone Africa. The new members are based in Algeria, Guinea and Morocco.
Casablanca and Nairobi rank leading destinations for Fortune 500 companies establishing international headquarters
The Middle East Africa (MEA) region has become increasingly important for the majority of global Fortune 500 companies, according to a new report released by Infomineo, a global business research company specialising in Africa and the Middle East.
Hilton has signalled its intention to ramp up its expansion in North Africa with the establishment of a dedicated development office in Casablanca.
Maroc Telecom has just launched its new cycle meeting, “Smart Days.” This is an exchange and debate platform organized around different themes related to digital transformation.
Over 500 high-level delegates from Morocco and Rwanda gathered in Rwanda for the African Business Connect 2017 which has seen the signing of key agreements including between the National Federation of Electricity and Renewable energy and private developers within the renewable energy sector in Rwanda.
Merck, a leading science and technology company through its ‘Merck More than a Mother’ initiative in partnership with Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE), conducted a panel to address challenges and solutions to improve access to regulated fertility care in Africa and Asia.
Emirates airlines has launched its Airbus A380 flight from Dubai to Casablanca’s Mohammed V Airport.
The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors have approved today a $150 million financing in support of the Moroccan government’s goal of modernizing its national identification system and provide financing to promote innovative startups and job creation.
Ministers from nine African nations (Morocco, Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, the Republic of the Congo and Rwanda) have today gathered in Oyo at the invitation of the President of the Republic of the Congo to sign a Memorandum of Understanding on the creation of the Congo Basin Blue Fund.
The Moroccan sovereign wealth fund Ithmar Capital and Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund (GIIF) have concluded a strategic partnership to explore co-investment opportunities in many areas and in several African countries.