Polish Firms Visit Laayoune For Investment Opportunities in Morocco
A delegation of Polish businessmen are currently on an economic mission to Laayoune, south of Morocco, to explore investment opportunities in the southern provinces of the country.
This economic mission is organized by the Moroccan embassy in Warsaw, in collaboration with the Regional Investment Centers (CRI) of the southern provinces, Laayoune and Dakhla.
The two cities in the Western Sahara have been experiencing a significant economic boom, offering a wide range of opportunities for foreign investment, specifically exploring business opportunities.
According to the Moroccan Embassy in Warsaw, the mission is the result of an exploratory and rapprochement strategy that Poland's private sector has been engaged in for some time.
This visit aims to highlight the development efforts made by Morocco at the national and regional levels.
The Polish delegation will have the opportunity to witness the efforts made by the Moroccan government in the region, across a variety of fields, especially promoting business-friendly infrastructure in the regions of Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra and Dakhla-Oued Eddahab.
The delegation is scheduled to meet with representatives of the region's Regional Investment Centers (CRI), B2B meetings with Moroccan companies, and visits to major structuring projects.
The represented Polish companies’ activity sectors are diverse. A few of the visiting companies specialize in professional lighting solutions, while others manufacture ultralight multi-purpose helicopters.
The companies being represented range from various sectors, including the health and agricultural industry, the telecommunications and electric power sectors, the production of chargers for electric cars, the manufacture of fire fighting equipment and materials, and the manufacturing of military and civil specialized containers..
Polish investment interests in the southern provinces of Morocco were first expressed through the bilateral declarations signed earlier this year, as a result of the joint workshops in Warsaw between the Moroccan Ambassador to Poland, Abderrahim Atmoun, and the representatives of Polish firms.