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Business in Rabat, Salé (Morocco)

Foreign Trade in Rabat: capital and business centre of Morocco, Salé, Kenitra

Rabat is the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco (Maghreb)

  1. الرِّبَاط in Arabic
  2. ⴰⵕⴱⴰⵟ in Berber
  3. Population of Rabat: 0.6 millions inhabitants
    1. Rabat is the seventh Moroccan city by population
    2. Rabat metropolitan region: 22.1 millions inhabitants (second Moroccan agglomeration)
  4. Rabat is an administrative city
  5. Rabat is an important Moroccan business centre: public administration, off-shore zones, headquarters of multinational companies
  6. The Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) headquarters
  7. The Arab Monetary Fund was created in 1396 A.H. in Rabat
  8. The largest Moroccan companies are headquartered in Rabat: Morocco Telecom, CDG, Agricultural Credit of Morocco, Moroccan Post Office, KPMG
  9. The main industries are textile, food processing and construction
  10. Rabat is a major tourist destination

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  1. Masters: Foreign Trade, Business in Africa, International Business, Transport in Africa
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Rabat is the capital of the Rabat-Salé-Kenitra region

  1. The municipalities of Rabat are Hassan, El-Youssoufia, Yacoub el-Mansour and Souissi
  2. Rabat is one of the four imperial cities of Morocco
  3. The Medina of Rabat is a world heritage (UNESCO)
  4. Rabat is at the Bou Regre River mouth (Atlantic Ocean)
  5. Mediterranean climate
  6. 1146: foundation of Rabat by the Almohades

Transport and Logistics in Morocco

Moroccan Region (Foreign Trade, Business): Rabat, Salé, Kenitra

  1. Rabat-Salé International Airport
  2. Railways toward:
    1. Casablanca, Marrakesh and El Jadida
    2. Tangier
    3. Meknes, Fez, Taza and Oujda
  3. Rabat-Salé Tramway
  4. Access to Cairo-Dakar Corridor
  5. Distances from Rabat to:
    1. Marrakesh: 327 kilometres
    2. Kenitra: 40 kilometres
    3. Casablanca: 87 kilometres

Ports of Morocco, Casablanca, Agadir, Tangier, Mohammedia


  1. Salé is on the opposite bank of the river Bou Regreg
    1. سلا‎ in Arabic
    2. ⵙⵍⴰ in Berber
  2. Population of Salé: 0.9 millions inhabitants
  3. Hassan-II Bridge (Rabat-Salé)
  4. The municipalities of Salé are Bab Lamrissa, Bettana, Hssaine, Layayda and Tabriquet
  5. Salé International Women's Film Festival

Moroccan region: Rabat, Salé, Kenitra

  1. Rabat (capital of Morocco)
  2. Salé
  3. Skhirate, Témara
  4. Kenitra
  5. Khémisset
  6. Sidi Kacem
  7. Sidi Slimane

Population of the Rabat, Salé, Kenitra region: 4.6 millions inhabitants

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Higher Education in Rabat - Morocco

  1. University Mohammed V
  2. International University of Rabat

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