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26 Nov - 28 Nov Stockholm

Moroccan Smart City delegation to Stockholm

Morocco has, upon the initiative of H.M. the King Mohamed VI, set up an ambitious investment plan to promote the creation of new cities. The new neighbourhoods are planned around the major cities, and aim to structure their growth in a sustainable way.

Background

In order to initiate and reinforce relations between Swedish companies and Moroccan cities and real estate promoters, Business Sweden organised a matchmaking conference in Morocco in April 2013, which attracted a large number of Moroccan key players. Many of them have expressed a strong interest in the solutions presented, and we will therefore follow up with field and company visits in Stockholm in order to show concrete examples of successful Swedish projects and providers.

About the delegation

  • The delegation, led by Mr. Nabil Benabdallah Minister of Housing, Town Planning and Urban Policy, consists of public and private decision-makers, including representatives from the Ministry for Housing as well as Morocco's largest real estate developers and constructors

  • Participants have expressed specific interest in energy efficient buildings and urban mobility solutions

  • The Moroccan business delegation is an opportunity to forge strong and fruitful partnerships, and aims to raise the participants' interest for Swedish solutions, and to create opportunities for Swedish companies in Morocco

About the investment plan

  • 5000 hectares of land will be dedicated to this investment plan

  • Objective to house 1.15 million citizens

  • Estimated investment: 100 billion dirhams (78 billion SEK)

More information

For more information about this delegation please contact:

Abdou Ziat at Business Sweden in Morocco
T: +212 6 57 124 199 
E: abdou.ziat@business-sweden.se