The General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM) is organizing an economic mission to Tel Aviv, from December 12 to 15, on the sidelines of the opening of the new air route linking Casablanca to Tel Aviv.
A statement from the Confederation specifies that the Moroccan delegation, which will be led by the president of the CGEM, Chakib Alj, is made up of more than 70 economic operators representing the various sectors of common interest identified, such as tourism. , industry, agriculture, technology and innovation, education, health, finance and insurance, renewable energies, mass distribution or even textiles, indicates.
The objective is to explore avenues for strengthening economic and commercial ties and creating strong synergies between the Moroccan and Israeli business communities, the same source said. “In view of the similarities and complementarities presented by the Moroccan and Israeli economies, countless opportunities are available to our respective economic operators in different sectors and in new markets. This mission aims to build, with our Israeli counterparts, win-win business partnerships leading to growth for our national companies ”, indicated Chakib Alj, quoted by the press release.
The mission’s program includes an Israel-Morocco economic forum, organized on December 13 in partnership with the Israeli Employers and Business Organization (IEBO) in the presence of Israeli companies, BtoB meetings, as well as visits to industrial and agricultural sites.