British-Moroccan trade thriving

British-Moroccan trade thriving

British-Moroccan trade is thriving and the potential for the development of commercial relations is tremendous, said special envoy of the British Prime Minister for trade Rob Butler, who is on a visit to Morocco.
“Last year, bilateral trade amounted to nearly £3.5 billion. This is a real illustration of the potential opportunities that exist between the UK and Morocco,” Butler told the press after a meeting Thursday in Rabat with Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita.

The United Kingdom and Morocco can develop their commercial relations in various sectors, he argued, specifying that green energy is an area that offers “huge potential for both our countries.”

He noted that trade can serve as a locomotive, not only for economic growth but also for the development of society and the emergence of prosperous nations.

London and Rabat “maintain extremely important relations” marked by strong commercial potential, stated further the special envoy of the British Prime Minister for trade in Morocco.

Rob Butler’s visit reflects the UK’s ambition to strengthen economic ties with Morocco, especially in terms of trade and investment, and to explore cooperation prospects in various sectors such as infrastructure, aerospace, healthcare, agriculture, and education.

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