Rabat, August 13, 2013 (MAP)A budget of 380 million dhs (MDH) was allocated to the setting up of three institutes specialized in the car industry jobs to be attended annually by 3,000 persons.
A release of the ministry of industry, trade and new technologies says the decrees approving the creation of these 3 schools in Casablanca, Atlantic Free Zone (Kenitra), and Tanger Free Zone, were adopted by the government on August 1st.
Destined to accompany the car-making dynamism in Morocco, the move is part of the National industrial emergence pact which focuses on training as a central factor for the thriving of industrial activities in Morocco.
Since 2009, over 31,500 jobs were created in the car-making sector (an average annual growth of 18pc) and over 13.3 billion DH of additional export turnover was generated (an annual average growth rate exceeding 19pc).
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