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Free trade Zones

Free Trade Zones

Instituted by Law 19-94 (Dahir No. 1-95-1 dated January 26, 1995), export processing zones are identified areas of the customs territory where they are authorized, exempted from customs regulations, foreign trade and exchange control, all industrial and commercial export activities as well as linked service activities. Each zone is created and defined by a decree which stipulates the nature and activities of the companies that can operate in the zone.

The agent of the export processing zone provides the development and management of the zone and the submission of the investor's folders for approval by the local Committee of Export Processing Zones. The company manager offers one stop service to the investor.

Free Zones in Morocco:

•  Export Processing Zone of Tangier;

•  Free Zones at Tanger Med Ksar el Majaz Mellousa 1 and 2;

•  Free Zone in Dakhla and Laayoune;

•  Free Storage Zone of hydrocarbons: Kebdana and Nador;

•  Export Processing Zone in Kenitra.