No description available at the time of disclosure.
Recently, Morocco has been heavily investing in logistics and transport infrastructure (see https://oxfordbusinessgroup.com/reports/morocco/2020-report/economy/expansion-plans-investments-aimed-at-increasing-connectivity-between-major-cities-are-set-to-boost-the-sector-and-the-economy). This investment might be the contribution of the World Bank to Morocco's long-term infrastructure plan.
Investment information not provided at the time of disclosure.
World Bank Team Leaders:
Dominic Pasquale Patella - Senior Transport Specialist
Nabil Samir - Transport Specialist
Salma Hany Adly Abdelfattah Ibrahim
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