Morocco, Hub of all desires

One of the recurring criticisms made to United States, repeated last Wednesday in the columns of the “China Daily”, written by international finance expert Dan Steinbock, is that “Unlike any other country, the US can print money at negligible cost and use it to purchase goods and services worldwide”. This type of analysis, mentioned from […]

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Covid-19 winners and the others

The Covid-19 has not finished making headlines. Recently, the media reported on a senior German official and whistleblower (suspended from his job after that), Mr. Stephen Kohn, who leaked to the press the report of a group of German scientists in which the latter denounce the Covid-19 pandemic as a “false global alert” and question […]

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Good things can come from Covid-19

In recent times, books1, 2 have had the merit; in particular, of analyzing from a new angle the conditions in which African countries have gained their independence. The authors are interested in the events of colonial liberation after the Second World War and show, among other things, that for the colonial empires, after having formed […]

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A continental FDA for Acfta

Usually, we reserve the writings of this blog for the activities of the agri-food sector. For the purpose of this article, we join to our interest the Moroccan pharmaceutical sector, which we know, and African on which we have echoes. The reason is that we collaborated and / or worked with this sector for many […]

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Internationalization of African trade

The (asymmetric) rules applied to trade with the countries of the African continent have, for the most part, been posed and maintained by one or other of the EU countries, ex-colonizers of Africa. From the economic and commercial point of view, yesterday and today, they aim to keep our countries firmly attached to the Europeans […]

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The hope of Acfta

In Addis Ababa, the African Union has just announced the entry into force of Acfta (African Continental Free Trade Area) for May 30th. This date will mark the beginning of the process of commercial and economic emancipation of our continent. But to move towards a better integration of African countries, and boost trade between all […]

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HACCP genesis

In antiquity, the prohibition of eating or not a given product was appreciated empirically. If someone fell ill after eating a food, wisdom recommended that the food in question be avoided later. This practice was applied to decide of what is consumable from what was not to be until the end of the Middle Ages. […]

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