Morocco And Romania Examine Means To Strengthen Economic Ties
Moroccan minister of industry, trade and new technologies, Abdelkader Amara, held, Friday in Rabat, talks with Romanian minister of foreign affairs, Titus Corlatean, focusing in particular on means to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the economic field.
The two sides highlighted the means likely to set up an efficient and practical cooperation through the exchange of expertise and the development of business opportunities.
"Morocco is ready to carry out a more intense activity with Romania in specific areas, including industry, which can be quickly converted into partnerships," Amara told the press at the end of the meeting.
He added that the private sector is called on to explore the opportunities offered by the economies and markets of both countries.
For his part, Corlatean, who welcomed the excellent relations between Morocco and Romania, told the press that the two countries have to develop joint projects and make concerted efforts during this sensitive period of the global economy.
The volume of trade between the two countries in 2012 stood at 4.12 billion dirhams, a 14% rise on 2011.