Morocco in Dire Need to Design and Implement New Models of Global Negotiation and Different International Trade Strategy to Open Foreign Markets
It is becoming crucial for Morocco to establish new entry strategies to open foreign marketplaces and stimulate international demands for its products.
Morocco needs to revise its export strategy and set up new model of negotiation to open truly foreign marketplaces to increase the visibility, knowledge and demand for Moroccan Made Products.
Morocco's foreign trade deficit is deepening with continual increase of imports and structural deficit that was multiplied fourfold and still growing during the last decade which is affecting the country's financial situation and international standing.
Article in English and French Languages on the situation of the Trade Balance of Morocco:
Article en Français sur la détérioration de la balance commerciale du Maroc.
The deterioration of "cash flow" and liquidity for Morocco has imposed even the end of the Moroccan State's subsidies of the essentials goods such as bread for all Moroccans without distinction in their respective level of income given the "Moroccan Welfare" system is socially blind..
Fortunately, the so-called "Arab Spring" was not translated in Amazigh and therefore could not really affect countries such as Morocco that are rooted in such civilization. Otherwise, any government who touches the Bread breaks the alliance and unity with people. An adage in Morocco says: "We are united by the Bread we divide between us together and share."
Morocco needs to learn again how to negotiate its ways through the traps of the international trade and the related self-oriented Free Trade Agreements that are tailored to reinforce the position of dominant traders in the world market.
Here below are some of the first layers of understanding the principles of global negotiations that Morocco needs to integrate and adapt to its own needs and objectives to expand the outreach of the foreign trade:
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Morocco’s Growing Foreign Trade Deficit: Diagnosis and Policies carnegie-mec.org
Dr. Said Cherkaoui aims is to establish new forms of cooperation and interactions between the Mediterranean regions and the United States in terms of investment, trade, business, academic and cultural realizations that will be mutually beneficial for the people and the parties involved.
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