15 February 2018

Morocco: FDI Flow UP 25.5 Percent in January (Exchange Control Office)

Rabat — The flow of Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in Morocco amounted to 1.88 billion dirhams in January 2018, against 1.5 billion dirhams a year earlier, posting an increase of 25.5%, the Exchange Control Office said.

Remittances of Moroccan expatriates grew in the same period by 21.1% to 5.7 billion Dirhams, the source added.

Meanwhile, the travel balance posted an increase of 34.4% to 3.83 billion dirhams.

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