Daily Archives: January 4, 2021

Supplementary Pension: Plan Members Up 53.9% in 2019 (ACAPS)

Rabat – The number of plan members of the Moroccan Inter-professional Pension Fund (CIMR) and the Collective Retirement Allowance Scheme (RCAR-RC) has reached 14,300 in 2019, up by 53.9% compared to the year before, according to the Insurance and Social Security Supervisory Authority (ACAPS).   This increase is mainly due to the increase in the

Insurance Sector in 2019: Morocco Still Ranked Second in Africa and Third in Arab World (ACAPS)

Rabat – The president of the Insurance and Social Security Supervisory Authority (ACAPS) Hassan Boubrik said, on Monday in Rabat, that the turnover of Morocco’s insurance sector reached 46.7 billion dirhams in 2019, allowing the Kingdom to maintain the second place in Africa and the third in the Arab world.   This announcement was made

OCP, Hubei Forbon Technology Keen To Develop New Generations of Fertilizer

Casablanca – The OCP Group and China’s Hubei Forbon Technology announced on Monday the signing of an agreement for the establishment of a joint venture (JV) operating in the research and development (R&D) field to develop new generations of fertilizer solutions and Smart Agriculture.   This is a 50/50 Joint Venture operating in the Research

Remote Trial: 7,788 Cases from December 28 to 31

Rabat – A total of 384 hearings were held remotely in the various courts of the Kingdom, from December 28 to 31, during which 7,788 cases were scheduled, said, on Monday, the Higher Council of the Judiciary (CSPJ). The council specified, in a press release, that 9,118 detainees benefited from the remote trial system during

Denying Security Institutions Right To Lodge Complaint against Natural Persons Shows Flagrant Ignorance of Law (Lawyer at Bar of Tetouan)

Tetouan – Denying security institutions the right to lodge a complaint against natural persons, who have used social channels and networks to undermine them and disseminate false and slanderous allegations against them, shows a flagrant ignorance of the law, said Nawfal El-Baamri, lawyer at the Bar of Tetouan.   “The questioning of the legal basis

Latest Developments in Sahara, MENA Region Open up New Era of Regional Cooperation (President of Finnish Christian Democrats Party)

Helsinki – The latest developments in the Sahara and in the MENA region will open up a new era of regional cooperation and a promising prospect for peace, said Finnish MP and president of the Finnish Christian Democrats party, Sari Essayah.   “This is an important part of a stabilization package for the Middle East

Iran’s Attempts to Position Itself in North Africa, One of Reasons Behind US Recognition of Morocco’s Sovereignty over Its Sahara (Former Israeli Ambassador)

Rabat – Iran’s attempts to expand its influence in North Africa is one of the reasons that pushed the United States to recognize Morocco’s sovereignty over its Sahara, underlined Dore Gold, former Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations.   Quoted by the news site “le360.ma”, Gold, who is also president of the Jerusalem Center for