The net flow of foreign direct investments (FDI) reached nearly 8.25 billion dirhams (MMDH) in the first four months of this year, up from 5.55 MMDH at the end of April 2023, marking a significant annual increase of 48.6%, according to the Office des Changes.

Investment revenues saw a notable increase of 24%, surpassing 13.12 MMDH, while expenditures decreased by 3.1%, totaling 4.87 MMDH, detailed the Office des Changes in its bulletin on the monthly indicators of external trade for April.

In contrast, the net flow of Moroccan direct investments abroad (IDME) plummeted by 99.6%, falling to 15 million dirhams (MDH) from 4.25 MMDH during the same period last year.

Revenues from Moroccan investments abroad stood at 6.44 MMDH by the end of April 2024, compared to 4.71 MMDH for the same period the previous year, while expenditures amounted to 6.46 MMDH, down from 8.96 MMDH.