France is moving closer to Morocco and aspires to take advantage of the enormous investment opportunities in the kingdom.

The political cooling that has marked relations between Morocco and France in recent years seems to be gradually easing, particularly after the exchange of official visits between several officials from the two countries over the last two months.
Signs of improving French-Moroccan relations have also emerged on the economic front, with France appearing to send important messages signaling its desire to strengthen its presence in the Moroccan market by taking advantage of the significant advantages and promising investment opportunities offered by this market.

In this context, Business France, the national agency responsible for the internationalization of the French economy, officially renewed in Casablanca the public service concession agreement “Team France Export” for a period of three years for the benefit of the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Morocco.

The agreement to renew the “Team France Export” concession was signed by the president of the chamber, Claudia Gaudio Francisco, and the general director of Business France, Laurent Saint-Martin, during a distinguished ceremony in the presence of the minister delegate in charge of foreign trade, attractiveness, the French-speaking world and French people abroad, Franck Riester.

This renewal testifies to the total confidence placed in the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Morocco, with greater ambitions to develop commercial flows between Morocco and France, paying particular attention to small and medium-sized enterprises which constitute the true richness of bilateral relations.

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