Tags (6) : Rabat
03/10/2017 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
AFD, Agadir, Agence française de développement, Atlantic, Casablanca, Cop22, Deloitte, FADES, Fasep, France, Gibraltar, Gibraltar tunnel, high-speed rail line, investments, Kenitra, LGV, Madrid, Marrakech, Marrakesh, Mediterranean, Moroccan TGV, Morocco, Office national des chemins de fer, ONCF, Paris, Rabat, railways, Tangiers, TGV, Tohmatsu, Touche, train, transport
12/03/2015 | Multicultural projects
The Union for the Mediterranean-certified HOMERe scheme provides a region-wide answer to the challenge of young graduate employment. It's a programme supported both by academic institutions and private-sector economic stakeholders. Version française
10/29/2012 | Industry / Transport
The agreement on Agriculture and Fisheries between the EU and Morocco has been adopted by the European Parliament Thursday, 16 February 2012. French and Spanish farmers are concerned about the impact of increased competition of Moroccan products especially since they have achieved significant...
10/24/2012 | Environmental and development issues
Plan Bleu investigates the main criteria for efficient water use. With supply low and demand on the rise, we need to avoid conflicts of usage as much as we can by justifying demand and focusing on reuse. Against a background of global warming and an increasing population in the southern...
05/24/2011 | Services / Finances
MOROCCO. Transport, water and electricity distribution, drainage and education: in Morocco, the private provision of a number of public services is becoming more commonplace.
accounting. Marrakesh, ACME, Agadir, Amendis, APM Terminals, aéroports, CUPM, drainage, education, Eurogate, finance, industry, IT, Lahlou, Lydec, management, marketing, Marrakech, Marsa, Morroco, Mundiapolis, new technologies, Nouaceur, offshoring, on-board electronics, ONDA, PPP, Rabat, Redal, Salé, Suez Environnement, Tanger med, Tangiers, telecoms networks, Tetouan, TMSA, Trade, Transport, Universiapolis, Veolia, water and electricity distribution
09/29/2010 | Socio-economic assessments
A new FEMISE report published in September 2010 puts back into question the link between market liberalisation and labour market development by studying the case of Morocco and Tunisia.