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Morocco bought 100,000 coronavirus screening tests
Morocco bought 100,000 coronavirus screening tests from the Korean company Osang Healthcare Co. These kits were delivered and transported by RAM, on special flights. Images published by other Korean media show runway workers loading goods sent by Seoul to a Royal Air Maroc plane...
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Achraf Hakimi at Real Madrid until 2023
Moroccan international Achraf Hakimi, on loan from Real Madrid to Borussia Dortmund, will continue his adventure at the Spanish capital’s club until 2023, reports the Spanish specialist daily “Marca” on Saturday. Initially on contract until June 2021, the 21-year-old right-back w...
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Highways: Between 70% and 90% drop in traffic
The highway network has experienced a drop in traffic ranging from 70% to 90%, since March 25. The containment measures put in place by the government to fight against the coronavirus have brought down traffic on the highway network in Morocco. A drop ranging from 70% during the...
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Ajax breaks contract with Abdelhak Nouri
Ajax Amsterdam broke Abdelhak Nouri’s contract on Monday 30 March. A breach of contract which occurs a few days after coming out of a coma. Things seem to be going faster for the Moroccan-Dutch player, who is still in bed. No sooner had he woken up after 2 years and …
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Hakim Ziyech declares his love for tagine
In this context marked by confinement, the Dutch club Ajax Amsterdam shares images retracing the daily lives of its players. Those from Moroccan international Hakim Ziyech have gone viral on social media. Ajax Amsterdam has posted photos of the Moroccan gem. In these photos, we s...
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Moody’s maintains Morocco’s rating
The financial rating agency has renewed Morocco’s Ba1 rating with a stable outlook. “This rating reflects its demonstrated resilience to internal and external shocks, its access to relatively deep domestic financial markets and an economic transition to higher value-added export...
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