Morocco’s infrastructural investment gap is hitting rural areas hardest

As Africa’s sixth-largest economy, with a GDP per capita of just over $3,000, Morocco is certainly no economic minnow. Although growth has slowed of late, it measured a healthy 2.95 percent across 2018 and inflation remains low. But there is still work to do – particularly in terms of the country’s infrastructural development. According to the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub), in the years leading up to 2040, Morocco is set to face an infrastructural investment gap of $37bn.

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