Tags (4) : Maroc
12/09/2013 | Services / Finances
The Mena Economic Forum advocates the constitution of an integration space that includes North Africa, the Gulf States and southern Europe. A triple alliance that is essential to draw the Mediterranean out of the economic and social depression into which it has fallen.
Africa, Al Qassini, Androulla Vassiliou, Arnaud Montebourg, Cap Mena, Cherif Rhamani, Erasmus, Europe, François Aïssa Touazi, Gulf States, Jack Lang, Jacques Pfister, Maghreb, Maroc, Marseille, Mediterranean, Mena Economic Forum, Michel Vauzelle, middle East, Moulay Hafid Elalamy, Villa Méditerranée, émir de Sharjah
12/11/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
MEDITERRANEAN. In the space of a year, the EIB has agreed more than €1bn of loans for rail related public transport projects (trams, trains, and subways) in Mediterranean countries.
AFD, Agence française de développement, Algérie, Annaba, Athènes, Batna, Besançon, Cairo, EIB, european investment bank, France, French development agency, Ile de France, Le havre, LGV, LGV Atlantique, LGV Bretagne Pays de la Loire, LGV Est, lignes de train à grande vitesse, Mans, Maroc, mediterranean, mediterranean bassin, mediterranean rail, Montpellier, Moselle, Mostaganem, Méditerranée, Orléans, Ouargla, Paris, Piraeus, Pirée, rail, rail transport, Rennes, Rome, Sidi Bel Abbes, subway, Sétif, Tours, trams, Tramway, Tunis, Tunisie, Vendenheim
11/26/2012 | Services / Finances
MOROCCO. Sustainable tourism appears to be the only hope for a troubled industry. French version
10/16/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
Just like western countries, Maghreb countries are creating cluster developments. Networks are seen as an accelerator of productivity, with information sharing, emulation and export incentives. But more than anything, it is the internationalisation of business that creates the greatest chance of development.