Bloomberg thanks King Mohammed VI

Bloomberg thanks King Mohammed VI

Under the theme ” Gateway Africa “, the work of the first African edition of the prestigious Bloomberg New Economy began this Tuesday, June 13 in Marrakech. This high-level forum brings together more than 200 economic and political decision-makers, national and international, with the aim of discussing current challenges and contributing to sustainable growth in Africa.

After successful stages in America and Europe, Morocco was chosen as the host country for this African version of this renowned economic forum, due to its regional leadership and the enlightened vision of King Mohammed VI.

Organized by the media group Bloombergleader in economic and financial information, in partnership with the Moroccan Agency for the Development of Investments and Exports, this large-scale economic forum offers participants the opportunity to share their knowledge, establish strategic partnerships and find common responses to the economic, environmental and geopolitical challenges facing the world, explain the organizers in a press release.

“Africa’s role in solving current global problems, such as the climate crisis, is crucial, and Morocco occupies a central place in this context”said Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of the Bloomberg media group and former mayor of New York, expressing his gratitude to King Mohammed VI for organizing this event in Morocco.

Throughout its history, the Kingdom of Morocco has always been a bridge – dare I say a “gateway” – between Africa and Europe. Establishing lasting and reliable partnerships is part of the DNA of the Kingdom “, also underlined Aziz Akhannouch, head of government, during the opening of the forum.

Sustainable development, energy transition, finance and food security will be at the heart of the discussions of this forum which takes place over two days. Personalities such as Nadia Fettah, Minister of Economy and Finance, Fatima Ezzahra El Mansouri, Minister of National Territorial Planning, Urban Planning, Housing and City Policy, Leila Benali, Minister of Energy and Energy Transition, as well as Mohcine Jazouli, Minister Delegate to the Head of Government in charge of Investment, Convergence and Evaluation of Public Policies, will be present at this event.


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