Located north-west of the African continent and 14 kilometers from Europe from which it is separated by the Strait of Gibraltar, Morocco is a privileged geostrategic crossroads between Africa, Europe and the Arab world.
Bordered by the Atlantic to the west and the Mediterranean to the north, this exceptional geographical location is coupled with a cultural proximity to Europe due to the widespread knowledge of foreign languages, including French and Spanish, as well as English.
The Kingdom has been known for several decades by its most stable political and economic situation in the region. Being certainly the most dynamic economy, Morocco is positioned today as a regional leader and gateway to Africa.
The country is banking on ambitious sectoral strategies in order to support the reforms initiated since 2000, accelerate the process of transformation and diversification of the economy, promote new industries such as aeronautics, automotive electronics and the electrical. It is also a pioneer in several other key development areas, such as green energy and tourism.