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Russian Companies Visited Morocco on a Business Mission

13 October 2017

Russian Export Center organized a business visit of Russian companies to Morocco within the framework of Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to the country on October 10. The Russian business mission included both privately-owned companies and state corporations that had the chance to meet directly with their potential partners in Morocco.

The event was attended by over 200 of participants and delegates from both countries.

Russia was represented by over 20 organizations and businesses including KAMAZ, GAZ Group, Volgabus, Inter RAO Engineering, BIOCAD, VIST Group, Research and Production Corporation United Wagon Company, Kazan Helicopters, PRODINTORG Corporation, Kalancha Group, and others.

The mission’s busy schedule included 80 pre-organized B2B meetings of Russian and Moroccan companies, as well as representatives of the Moroccan state authorities, such as the Ministry of Agriculture, Sea Fishery, Rural Development, Water Bodies & Forests; Ministry of Transport; Ministry of Energy Ministry; Ministry of Industry, Trade, Investment & Digital Economy; National Airport Agency; and National Railway Agency.

On the margins of the business mission, Russia’s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation and Morocco’s CMI Développement, in presence of Ministers Aleksander Tkachev and Aziz Akhannouch, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation to support creation of centers for special treatment of agricultural products and distribution centers for radioisotope products in Morocco.
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