At the crossroads of Europe and Africa, the Kingdom of Morocco is benefitting from a strategic location. Committed to international openness and Euro-Mediterranean integration, it is the only country to enjoy “advanced status” with the European Union. For twenty years Morocco has been pursuing a process of political, economic and social modernization, accelerated by the Arab Spring. After an average 5% growth in GDP in the 2000-2010 decade, the Moroccan economy has had a slowdown. In spite of improved social
indicators, the Kingdom must face several structural deficits: unequal access to jobs, rural isolation, and fragile and limited natural resources. To respond, it has adopted ambitious sectoral plans.
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