Valencia Region Keen To Collaborate More with Moroccan Companies, President

Casablanca – The Valencia region aspires to further strengthen its collaboration with Moroccan companies, said, on Tuesday in Casablanca, head of local government of the Valencia region Ximo Puig.

“Valencia is an open community which has always shown a dynamism in exports and which wishes to establish a real policy of collaboration with Moroccan companies”, underlined Puig at an entrepreneurial meeting organized by the Moroccan employers’ bodies (CGEM) aimed at bringing together Valencia’s businessmen and their Moroccan counterparts.

Puig noted that the region has become a hub for developing trade and commercial activities, pointing out that “commercial relations can only be developed if there is reciprocity, complicity and cooperation”.

To associate oneself with the community of Valencia means also to collaborate with an industrial region which has experienced strong growth in Spain despite all economic uncertainties, he said, adding that international trade links are part of the DNA of Valencian companies.

Highlighting the strong industrial potential of Valencia, Puig expressed the ambition of his region to be a partner of reference in this industrialization process taking place in Morocco.

Regarding the tertiary sector, he noted that the community of Valencia is characterized by its competitive services sector, adding that the region has become more dynamic in recent years with annual growth rates that break records in terms of the number of visitors and tourists.

For his part, President of the Morocco-Spain Economic Council Salaheddine Kadmiri underlined the vital dynamism of the Valencia region, noting that it represents the typical example of integrated development.

In this regard, he emphasized the industrial success of the region, noting that it is profitable in the long term and helps with the sustainability of companies.

Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse