12.01.2016 - 15.01.2016 — Hall: 4.1 Stand: F OY10
The Moroccan Center for Export Promotion is a governemental institution founded on December 17, 1976 (Hija 25, 1396) by Dahir NO 1-76-385.
MAROC EXPORT endowed with a legal responsibility and financial auto- nomy, it also under the supervision of delegate Ministry to the Ministry of Industry, Trade, Investment and Digital Economy in charge of foreign trade.
The Center is in charge of promoting the export of industrial and agricultural products, services, and any products that do not fall under the jurisdiction of other administrations or organizations, by virtue of law or regulation.
Promoting Moroccan exportable goods in international markets, in accordance with national sectorial strategies;
Expanding markets for Moroccan exports;
Supporting the internationalization of Moroccan companies;
Organizing business information systems at the international level, in collaboration with economic and trade representations abroad;
Conducting studies on the exportability of Moroccan products and on the characteristics of foreign markets; assisting exporters in their marketing efforts and advertising Moroccan products abroad;
Providing input in the development of global trade policies and a consistent program for promoting the exportation of manufactured products;
Assisting export-promotion, credit system and export credit insurance institutions, simplifying and standardizing export-related documentation and procedures;
Guiding public and private investors towards products that can be quickly assimilated into foreign markets with the best possible conditions;
Contributing to the training of foreign trade professionals in export promotion techniques, information and marketing;