Industry leaders and policy makers seek to tap global value chains| glObserver Global Economics


Industry leaders and policy makers seek to tap world price chains The sea change this year in world commodities markets has profound implications for Africa, a continent endowed with an abundance of natural resources and highly dependent on the export of raw materials.

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Mr Elalamy emphasizes the need for job creation and to build up a skilled and trained local workforce that can compete in the world economy. “Over the last 10 years a lot of nations have seen a significant drop-off in the industrial framework and of industrial employment,” he says. “Morocco has done its business because during that period it has created 75,000 jobs in industry. And in that context Morocco has provided the means, sometimes bold ones, because we said: Morocco

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