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CGEM Head Calls for Better Training to Support Youth Integration

Casablanca   -  
President of employers' association (CGEM) Salaheddine Mezouar called on Tuesday for a better training to support the integration of youth and boost economic development at the territorial level.
CGEM Head Calls for Better Training to Support Youth Integration
28 August 2018

The relation with the private sector was always based on interaction, as it is national sector whose potential goes well beyond boosting growth and creating job-generating investments, he said in a statement to the press on the occasion of his meeting with World Bank Vice President for Middle East and North Africa Ferid Belhaj.

Such ambitions also consist of providing good training to support the youth integration policy and the economic diversification strategy as well as supporting economic development at the territorial level, which is fundamental for building a balanced country, said CGEM president.

Moroccan enterprises can perform this role if there is a healthy competitive environment, within the framework of clear laws and a coherent policy where things do not change all the time, Mezouar noted.

For his part, Belhaj stressed in a similar statement that Morocco is going through a positive phase and should be backed by existing economic programs and those under way as part of a strategic cooperation spanning five to six years and to be concluded in the coming months.

He added that he had discussed issues relating to human resources, including support for businesses to improve access to financing and infrastructure.

Last modified : 28 August 2018

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