Aeronautics: Boeing vice-president welcomes partnership with Morocco


The vice-president of the commercial airline Boeing, Anbessie Yitbarek, welcomed, Tuesday in Dallas, the long-standing partnership uniting the American aircraft manufacturer and Morocco.

“The partnership between Boeing and Morocco dates back several decades. We are proud of our cooperation with the Kingdom, a trustworthy partner,” Mr. Yitbarek told MAP, on the sidelines of his participation in the flagship event “Invest in Morocco” organized as part of the 16th Business Summit. USA-Africa which is being held in the American metropolis (May 6-9).

Mr. Yitbarek, who oversees commercial sales for the American giant, noted that Morocco and Boeing have established a “thriving ecosystem” in an industry that is “highly regulated and capital-intensive and also requires a sophisticated skill set ”.

In this context, he indicated that Morocco stands out for its favorable business climate and offers investment incentives in addition to highly qualified human capital.

Morocco is represented at the Dallas Summit by a high-level delegation led by the Minister Delegate in charge of Investment, Convergence and Evaluation of Public Policies, Mohcine Jazouli.

Initiated by the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) under the theme “USA-Africa: a partnership for lasting success”, this conclave brings together a large number of participants including heads of state and government, ministers, economic operators American and African public and private sectors, in addition to institutional and international investors with the aim of promoting sustainable and mutually beneficial partnerships between the two shores of the Atlantic.

This summit also marked the start of the American tour of the international roadshow aimed at promoting the Morocco destination as a privileged platform for international investments.

Organized until May 14 by the Moroccan Agency for the Development of Investments and Exports (AMDIE) in partnership with the Kingdom’s embassy in the United States and the American embassy in Rabat, the roadshow will also stop in Austin, San Francisco and Seattle. According to the Ministry of Investment, Convergence and Evaluation of Public Policies, this event is intended to be an opportunity to promote Morocco’s assets to American leaders in the sectors of new technologies, electric mobility, renewable energies and aeronautics. It is also about promoting the “Morocco Now” brand to investors and operators in the United States.

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