Morocco has done relatively well to maintain its political and economic stability over the years, which is the envy of many other countries. That’s according to Thomas Reilly, the UK Ambassador to Morocco. Reilly joins CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop at the UK-Morocco Business Dialogue for more.
The UK-Morocco Business Dialogue aims to attract and engage in trade and investment opportunities for Morocco. The conference takes place just a day after the salient U.K Africa investment summit and Morocco stands to play an important role in the economic emergence of Africa. CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop spoke to Minister Delegate for African Cooperation, Mohcine Jazouli.
On the side-lines of the UK-Morocco Business Dialogue in London, International Trade Minister, Conor Burns spoke to CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop about what Brexit means for trade with Africa and why Morocco is pivotal to the United Kingdom when looking to enter the African marketplace.
The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID) launched the Nigeria Investment Guide on the side-lines of the ongoing UK-Africa Investment Summit. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund says Nigeria’s economy is estimated to grow by 2.5 per cent in 2020 and 2021. Kyari Bukar, Former Chairman of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group and Andrew Nevin, Partner and Chief Economist at PwC Nigeria join CNBC Africa to discuss these developments.
UK’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates of the Kingdom of Morocco, alongside the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM) are organising the UK-Morocco Business Dialogue as part of activities around the UK- Africa investment summit. CNBC Africa’s Chris is joined by Head of the International Chambers of Commerce Unit at UK Trade and Investment, Chris Southworth for more on the event.
UK-Morocco Business Dialogue: 54 Capital’s Yassine Benjelloun on what makes Morocco attractive to investors
The UK-Morocco Business Dialogue kicked off in London with the aim to attract and engage in trade and investment opportunities for Morocco.
UK-Morocco Business Dialogue: Attijariwafa Bank’s Ismail Douiri on why Morocco is Europe’s gateway into Africa
At the on-going UK-Morocco Business Dialogue in London, CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop spoke to Ismail Douiri, General Manager of Attijariwafa Bank about what Morocco is doing to improve its business environment and attract investors.
Prying eyes are on the UK as Brexit is set to take place on the 31st of January. However before the UK exits from the European Union (EU) they are hosting a UK-Africa Investment Summit to strengthen ties and showcase opportunities in Africa. Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for Africa, Emma Wade-Smith joins CNBC Africa for more.