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Doing business in Morocco

Over recent years, Kingdom of Morocco has created a legal and regulatory framework that is very attractive for foreign investors. In addition to its political stable environment, a recent series of tax treaties with numerous countries and reforms in almost all of its sectors of activities, in conjunction with its creation of successful industrial acceleration zones (previously named free trade zones) such as Tanger Free Trade Zone and Casablanca Finance City, have allowed it to decidedly become a gateway for Africa.

Download our full guide to doing business in Morocco, which covers:

  • Country overview
  • Business vehicles/structures for doing business
  • Business rights and regulatory environment
  • Employment
  • Corporate governance
  • Banking and finance
  • Investment regulation
  • Tax 
  • Dispute resolution
  • Exiting an investment