Morocco has set a new benchmark for foreign direct investment (FDI), achieving an unprecedented 13.1 billion dirhams (MMDH) by the end of April. This remarkable growth underscores the Kingdom’s rising status as a prime regional hub and an attractive destination for global investors.

According to the Office des Changes, the net FDI flow stood at nearly 8.25 MMDH in the first four months of this year, compared to 5.55 MMDH by the end of April 2023, marking a significant 48.6% year-on-year increase.

This positive trend is the result of prolonged efforts by the authorities to enhance the legal framework governing investment in Morocco, positioning it as one of the most competitive platforms in the region.

The benefits are already apparent: FDI is pouring into various sectors such as automotive, aerospace, real estate, tourism, transport, energy, mining, and commerce. Furthermore, Morocco stands out globally in the field of renewable energy, particularly wind and solar, boasting exceptional capabilities that place it among the top five in the world.

Additionally, free trade agreements play a crucial role in attracting FDI. Products resulting from these investments benefit from the “Made in Morocco” label, granting them significant customs advantages with the European Union, the United States, and other countries.

Clearly, all indicators are positive for Morocco to continue attracting more FDI, reinforcing its position as a major hub for international investors seeking dynamic new markets in strategic sectors.