Mohcine Jazouli, the Minister Delegate to the Head of Government in charge of Investment, Convergence, and the Evaluation of Public Policies, reported on Monday that 44% of the initiatives outlined in the strategic roadmap for enhancing the business environment from 2023 to 2026 have already been accomplished.

During a session at the House of Representatives, responding to a question from the Authenticity and Modernity group about improving regional investment climates, Jazouli highlighted several key initiatives. These include accelerating the simplification of administrative procedures, ensuring transparency throughout the public procurement process, establishing clear payment deadlines, and facilitating electronic business creation.

Jazouli elaborated that the government has implemented coordination mechanisms aimed at improving the business climate at the territorial level. This involves mobilizing all actors within the investment ecosystem to devise tailored solutions for the unique needs of each project.

He also emphasized that the new approach the government is adopting to bolster the role of Regional Investment Centers (CRI) will significantly enhance the regional business climate. These centers are developing electronic platforms that provide detailed information on the investment climate and the specific characteristics of each region.