The discussion of Transport Ministers to the International Transport Forum was prearranged around competitiveness in the rail. Various
stakeholders have asked whether the rail could be a zone of rivalry. And if it is yes, what type of competition could it be.
Numerous explorations have been allocated by the ministers of developed countries such as Britain, Canada and other countries in advancement such as Morocco, South Korea and Lithuania, as well as corporations concentrating in transport.
Every stakeholder has given his outlook on the substance which Morocco has presented a number of criteria for evaluating rivalry in the rail. It was felt that this level, each country had its own advancement model that is logically dissimilar and could not be applied or developed.
In return, of the State provides the necessary funding to achieve these results. I must emphasize that this experience was also shared by a number of countries that have adopted the model of delegated management in the rail. Thinking that we shared with stakeholders regarding the Moroccan case is that of how to make the investment in the rail a lever for development. This is important because with a multiplier of investment, we create added value, it boosts employment and land values. It is therefore to define how an investor can return on its investment.
Some participants tried to bring their insights from these reflections, including Bombardier has placed great emphasis on intermodal transportation for the group which is a kind of competition necessary for economic development.