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Tangier Conference Will Focus on Moroccan Real Estate

Posted in Property News by Colin Timms Thursday July 31, 2008

It has been announced that a major tourism trade & investment themed conference is to be held in Tangier, Morocco, on 16 October. The event is being organised by the Middle East Association (MEA) in conjuction with the Moroccan British Business Council. The conference will be followed by site visits to major investment projects in Northern Morocco.

Moroccan real estate development under the spotlight

The conference will take place under the auspices of Moroccan Minister of Trade & Industry together with the Tangier city authorities. The event will feature a Gala Dinner and business networking receptions which will be attended by prominent members of Morocco’s business community.

The Tangier conference follows the successful Britain/Morocco Trade & Investment Conference organised by MEA in October 2007. There will be a strong focus on world-class new developments in Northern Morocco, including the ground-breaking Tangier-Med Port which is transforming the region into major logistical hub and investment destination.

The organisers have announced that the conference will focus on sustainable tourism and Moroccan real estate development and include participation by British services and expertise.

Morocco Property Report 31st July 2008