Morocco is becoming an El Dorado for Tunisian operators wishing to diversify their implantation markets, the Kingdom presents for them a better opportunity for growth.
Tunisian operators have, it seems, made Morocco a priority to develop their business. In its November 2 edition, Les Inspirations ÉCO ensures that the trend is confirmed day by day.
Based on observations from certain Moroccan business firms, the daily confirms this trend from the outset, assuring that they have been more and more consulted for several weeks by Tunisian operators who are looking for growth opportunities in Morocco. He assures us that “those who are already present on the Moroccan market seek to develop their activities there, and other Tunisian operators, present in particular in the fields of textiles and construction, are also considering settling in Morocco and especially in Casablanca. “.
The newspaper recalls that the business climate is favorable in Morocco while the economic situation in Tunisia is not in good shape. The complementarity between the two markets is also an essential element. “In addition, these companies are also seeking to conquer a market larger than the domestic one, dynamic in terms of private investment. The presence in Morocco allows them to be close to their local market, but also to Europe “. The newspaper gives the example of the textile sector in which the two markets (Moroccan and Tunisian) serve the same customer which is Europe.
Inspirations ECO does not overlook the fact that in Tunisia, “operators no longer find growth opportunities for their business, because the country’s economic situation is not in its best shape. To the point that the Central Bank of Tunisia, recently, sounded the alarm and reiterated its deep concerns about the current financial situation which it describes as critical .