Rabat, Saudi-Moroccan Business' Council held a working meeting, in Casablanca here today, dedicated to explore means of economic cooperation, led by the two countries, to invest in Africa.
The meeting was co-chaired by the Saudi chairman and his Moroccan counterpart, Mohammed bin Fahd Al-Hammadi and Khalid bin Jallon, respectively.
Among issues discussed, during the meeting, launching a maritime shipping line linking the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Morocco, setting up a joint investment company as a tool to increase investment, trade exchange volume and paving the way for intensifying reciprocal visits by the two countries businessmen, to each other.
On the other hand, Al-Hammadi announced that the two sides are set to pay a visit to Gabon, shortly, in the first step to jointly enter the African-wide market, in order to take the advantage of such a promising opportunities there, especially, in the domain of food related security.
Source: Saudi Press Agency