Morocco’s Anti-Atlas mountains has the following reserves which are used in the construction industry: copper, manganese, gold and silver, cobalt, tintitanium, and wolfram (source: Wikipedia).

Morocco has the biggest lead and silver production in Africa.

Consequently, Morocco’s biggest cities Casablanca, Rabat, Tangiers, Marrakech continue to attract global firms, pushing the demand for offices, factories, laboratories, camps for workers and related infrastructure.

Morocco’s Real Estate Transactions Increased 12percent in 4th Quarter of 2018, Morocco World News reported.

Its strategic location between the Middle East and North America makes Morocco a “gateway to Europe and Africa”.

In 2018, Attijariwafa Bank (AWB), one of Morocco’s largest banks and also  an Islamic bank, has signed an agreement with China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) to launch a joint bolster venture in Africa, Xinhua reported.