Morocco is located in the Maghreb area of the northwest of the continent. It is surrounded on all sides by large bodies of water that supply high-quality fish and products.
The Atlantic Ocean is also located between the Africa and Americas. To the north, the Mediterranean Sea separates it from Europe.
Morocco’s largest European trading partner is Spain, while Portugal, France, the United Kingdom, and the Scandinavian countries are also regular trading partners.
Moroccan culture and customs were strongly impacted by French and Portuguese colonization, with the former having a long-lasting impact on the people’s culture and traditions.
According to the reports published by ECI, Morocco had the 58th most complex economy in the world in terms of GDP, the 60th most complex economy in terms of exports, the 52nd most complex economy in terms of imports, the 136th most complex economy in terms of GDP per capita, and the 81st most complex economy in terms of GDP in 2020.
Automobiles, Mixed Mineral or Synthetic Fertilizers, Insulated Wire, Phosphoric Acid, and Calcium Phosphates are Morocco’s biggest exports, with most of them going to Spain, France, Italy, India, and Germany.
Morocco’s major imports include refined petroleum, auto parts, automobiles, wheat, and petroleum gas, all of which are mostly imported from Spain, China, France, Germany, and the United States.