What is our business in Morocco ?

We are very happy to announce our partnership with Emaar in Morocco, Emaar is one of the worlds top developers, and, in Morocco, they are responsible for top quality 5 star residential, golf and commercial projects, they are also involved in Moroccan infrastructure improvements.

We have a top tier network of professionals to cater for our clients in this market and can help with property sales/management. Business services and lifestyle. if you are considering moving to Morocco, starting a business or investing in this exciting and rapidly developing country, contact us now to find out how we can help.


Emaar Properties is a real estate development company located in the United Arab Emirates. It is a public joint-stock company and is listed on the Dubai Financial Market and has a valuation of $9.7 billion USD as of June 2018. The company operates internationally providing property development and management services.and is recognised as one of the worlds best developers.


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Why are Cub in Morocco ?

Morocco is increasingly becoming an important industrial player in the MENA region, due to its location it serves as a stepping stone to the rest of Africa and the Middle East.

Having experienced a high average growth in its GDP over the last 15 years, there are strong indications that economic growth in Morocco will continue to improve. Its the third largest recipient of foreign investment in Africa, and Morocco is also favourable for its real estate, financial services and telecommunication sectors.

Top exports to Morocco

Trade agreements have eased the state of imports as well as exports to and from other countries. Morocco has trade agreements with the EU, US, Turkey, and the Arab nations.


As per country data, top exports are:

  1. Automotive – 22%

  2. Phosphates – 21%

  3. Textile – 16%


Morocco has also shown progress in the following areas:

  1. It is rated as the 3rd most friendly country in the world

  2. Most Moroccans have access to the internet

  3. Duty free access is provided to one billion consumers


  • Measures to strengthen the macroeconomic base have resulted in a decrease in budget and current account deficits. Morocco has maintained its macroeconomic stability and shown positive growth.

  • Morocco has maintained an average GDP growth between 5% and 10%.

  • It has kept inflation below 5% during this phase as well as reducing the public debt.


Foreign direct investment in Morocco

Morocco is the leader in FDI in North Africa. Historic ties and close proximity to Western Europe, a proactive FDI policy and having more skilled workers available as compared to most developing markets have all benefited Morocco.

It is increasingly considered as a favourable gateway for investors from the US and Europe to invest in the fast growing African continent. 

Promising investment opportunities in Morocco

The most promising sectors in Morocco are as follows:

  1. ICT

  2. Cancer care

  3. Transports

  4. Renewable energy

  5. Finance

  6. Automotive

  7. Aeronautics

Morocco as superpower in renewable energy

Morocco plans to fulfill at least half of its energy needs using renewable energy resources by 2030. A bill has been approved by the Moroccan government to raise its target share of renewable energy from 42% by 2020 to 52% by 2030.

Additional features include:

  1. Morocco has the world’s largest solar power plant.

  2. Morocco’s hydropower capacity is also a very impressive 2000 MW in 2020. with plans to increase its output using small and medium size wind energy farms.

  3. And the Tarfaya wind farm in Morocco, is the largest wind project in Africa.

*Source alliance experts 2018



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