Agence Marocaine de Presse (MAP) is the official news source for the country of Morocco. The site is updated daily with current news covering political, economic, social, cultural, sports, and financial topics. Some parts of the site are only available in French.
Regulatory Agency Sites
The High Authority of Audiovisual Communication (HACA) is responsible for the sector of audiovisual communication, which includes television and radio. HACA grants licenses for audiovisual services and ensures the compliance with these legal provisions. HACA also ensures the quality of radio frequencies for broadcast programs.
L’Autorité Marocaine Du Marché Des Capitaux (AMMC) is charged with the oversight and regulation of the Moroccan financial services industry. The site contains applicable information for both investors and participating companies as well as a list of regulations to ensure the protection of savings and proper functioning of savings. Some parts of the site are only available in French.
The Ministry of Health is responsible for the development and implementation of government policy in the field of population health. It coordinates policy objectives and actions that contribute to raising the level of health in Morocco and works to ensure a better allocation of resources. The Ministry is also responsible for developing and implementing the national policy on drugs and pharmaceuticals. Site is only available in French and Arabic.
The National Agency of Telecommunications Regulation (ANRT) is responsible for the telecommunication and post sectors in Morocco. ANRT promotes both fair competition in the telecoms market and scientific research in order to enrich the field. ANRT also acts as a mediator for complaints in order to protect consumers' rights.
Morocco on the Move Business is a resource hosted by The Moroccan American Trade and Investment Center (MATIC), which is a non-profit organization that was put in place to promote trade between Morocco and the United States. The website contains write-ups about key issues dealing with doing business in Morocco, including documents on government incentives for doing business. Other topics include information on taxes and tariffs, labor laws, different investing programs, and intellectual property rights.