The tip Morocco 43rd of 138 countries in the latest ranking by the World Economic Forum (WEF) on international trade. WEF evaluates public policies pursued by the countries involved in the classification in the process of facilitation of international and interregional trade. But especially infrastructure and services deployed at the borders to facilitate the free movement of goods.
Morocco has awarded 4.4 points on a scale of 1 to 7 in terms of market access, infrastructure and environment. Definitely, it is above average but still has some way to go to enhance its ranking.
France, the largest economic partner of Morocco has been ranked in 21st place ahead of Spain. One of the findings prepared by the WEF is that the policies of each country are more complex. Decision making becomes more complicated since it requires the cooperation of all stakeholders including external service providers and government departments.
According to the WEF Global Trade Report 2014 is published at a time when international trade starts transplanting nose after several difficult years.
The WEF guarantees that the guideline is simple to give a true boost to world trade. Availability of information, speeding up procedures at borders, all accompanied by automation and simplification of customs procedures
WEF its formula wish to see leave the world trade by the launch of the 2016 edition of its report. It will continue to support public-private cooperation and dialogue while focusing on practical measures to overcome barriers in many forms.