Comprendre les enjeux de l'agriculture

In May, the Casablanca-Settat Chamber of Commerce, Industry, and Services (CCISCS) hosted entrepreneurs from Sub-Saharan Africa with the aim of fostering partnerships with their Moroccan counterparts.

Representatives from Senegal, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Togo, Cameroon, Benin, Chad, and Mali participated, and they were active in key sectors such as Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), agribusiness, and energy.

This meeting, initiated by the African Association of Entrepreneurs in Morocco (2AEM), contributes to the Kingdom’s ambitions of promoting sustainable South-South cooperation.

It also provides an opportunity for Moroccan companies to invest in Sub-Saharan Africa, following the example of the OCP Group.

The CCISCS has committed to establishing partnerships with their Sub-Saharan counterparts to support trade, research, and investment projects.


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