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  • Morocco: A Dev

    1. 1. n o m y e E c o coTh o ro c o f M by T yle r Soto ma y or nta tion A Prese
    2. 2. But first,a FAST lesson on theGeography of Morocco
    3. 3. MOROCCO IS A COUNTRYTHAT BORDERS ALGERIA, SPAIN, AND MAURITANIA.
    4. 4. It is part of the MAGHREB REGIONwhich also includes Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Tunisia, and Western Sahara* *The Kingdom of Morocco administers Western Sahara
    5. 5. This is Morocco
    6. 6. Casablanca
    7. 7. Casablanca is CasablancaMorocco’s largest city.
    8. 8. Casablanca is Casablanca Morocco’s largest city.It’s also Morocco’s chief port and leading economic hub.
    9. 9. Casablanca is CasablancaMorocco’s largest city.
    10. 10. Casablanca is CasablancaMorocco’s largest city. It’s also home to theBourse de Casablanca.
    11. 11. Casablanca is CasablancaMorocco’s largest city.
    12. 12. Other major cities in Morocco include -Tangier, Rabat, Fes, and Marrakech.
    13. 13. Government of Morocco “Constitutional Monarchy with Elected Parliament”King Mohammed VI Parliament of Morocco 1.Assembly of Representatives 2.Assembly of Councillors
    14. 14. Government of Morocco “Constitutional Monarchy with Elected Parliament”King Mohammed VI Parliament of Morocco 1.Assembly of Representatives 2.Assembly of Councillors
    15. 15. 7The Economy of Morocco THINGS YOU (PROBABLY) DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT MOROCCO’S ECONOMY
    16. 16. 1. The economy of Morocco is a relatively liberal economy governed by the law of supply and demand.
    17. 17. 2. The unit of currency is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
    18. 18. 3. Since 1993, the country has followed a policy of privatization of certain economic sectors which used to be in the hands of the government.
    19. 19. 4. Morocco is the 5th African Economy by GDP
    20. 20. 5. The WEF placed Morocco as the 2nd most competitive economy in North Africa behind Tunisia African Competitiveness Report 2009
    21. 21. 6. Morocco was ranked the 1st African country by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s quality-of-life index, ahead of South Africa.
    22. 22. 7. In the Arab world, Morocco has the second largest non- oil GDP, behind Egypt
    23. 23. Economic Statistics •Population: 32,208,557 (38th) •HDI Ranking: 130th •GDP per capita: $4,800 (2010 estimate) •Life expectancy: 71.6 years (2009) •Literacy Rate: 56% •51% males •42.5% females •Fertility Rate: 2.31 births per woman •Gender inequality index: 0.510 •Gini Index: 40.3
    24. 24. Economic History Morocco is a fairly stable economy with continuous growth over the past half-a-century. Current GDP per capita grew 47% in the Sixties reaching a peak growth of 274% in the Seventies. However, this proved unsustainable and growth scaled back sharply to just 8.2% in the Eighties and 8.9% in the Nineties.
    25. 25. Agriculture
    26. 26. Agriculture •Land •Weather and the Economy •Fishing •Cannabis
    27. 27. • Kif and the Economy • Chechaouen • Morocco is now the worlds largest hashish exporter. It supplies 70% of European hashish, according to the World Customs Organisation.
    28. 28. Industry •Manufacturing •Textiles •Mining
    29. 29. Service•Tourism•Information Technology•Retail•Construction
    30. 30. Future EconomicDevelopment in Morocco
    31. 31. Education
    32. 32. Infrastructure
    33. 33. The United States & Morocco
    34. 34. The End

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