Business in Casablanca, Settat (Master Morocco)

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Casablanca (Casa) is the economic, commercial, industrial and financial capital of Morocco (Maghreb)

  1. الدار البيضاء in Arabic
  2. ⴰⵏⴼⴰ in Berber
  3. Population of Casablanca: 3.4 millions inhabitants
    1. Casablanca is the largest Moroccan and Maghrebian city by population
    2. Greater Casablanca: 6.9 millions inhabitants
  4. The Port of Casablanca is the largest Port of Morocco.
  5. The main Moroccan and international companies have their headquarters and industrial centres in Casablanca.
  6. Casablanca Stock Exchange

Casablanca is the largest industrial centre of Morocco.

  1. 32% of Moroccan production centres are in Casablanca
  2. 56% of Moroccan industrial labour force
  3. 44% of Morocco's industrial production
  4. 33% of Moroccan industrial exports
  5. Main industries in Casablanca: fishing, furniture production, building materials, textiles, electronics, leather, processed foods and beverages
  6. Phosphates exports

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  1. Casablanca is the capital of the Casablanca-Settat region and the Casablanca prefecture
  2. Casablanca is in the central-western part of Morocco, on the Atlantic Ocean coast
  3. Climate: Mediterranean

Transport and Logistics in Casablanca (Morocco)

The Port of Casablanca is the largest Moroccan Port

Logistics Course: Port of Casablanca (Morocco)

  1. The Port of Casablanca is the second largest Port in North Africa after Tangier-Med
  2. The ports of Casablanca and Mohammedia (23 kilometres from Casablanca): 50% of International Trade of Morocco
  3. The main Moroccan cities near the Port of Casablanca are El Jadida, Marrakesh, Rabat, Meknes, Fez and Settat

Roads

  1. Road A3: Casablanca-Rabat (80 kilometres)
  2. Road A5: Casablanca-El Jadida
  3. Road A7: Casablanca-Marrakesh (239 kilometres)-Agadir (508 kilometres)

Moroccan region: Casablanca, Settat

Access to the Cairo-Dakar corridor

Railways toward:

  1. Marrakesh and El Jadida
  2. Mohammedia and Rabat, Tangier
  3. Meknes, Fez, Taza and Oujda / Nador

Mohammed V International Airport

Settat

  1. Settat is the capital of the Settat province
    1. سطات in Arabic
    2. ⵙⵟⵟⴰⵟ in Berber
  2. Settat is 57 kilometres from Casablanca, on the road to Marrakesh
  3. Population of Settat: 240,000 inhabitants
  4. Altitude: 290 metres

Moroccan region: Casablanca-Settat

  1. Casablanca (capital)
  2. Mohammedia
  3. El Jadida
  4. Nouaceur
  5. Mediuna
  6. Benslimane
  7. Berrechid
  8. Settat
  9. Sidi Bennour

Population of the Casablanca-Settat region: 6.9 millions inhabitants

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Higher Education in Casablanca - Morocco

Casablanca

  1. University Hassan II
  2. University Mohammed 6 of Health Sciences
  3. International University of Casablanca
  4. University Mundiapolis

El Jadida

  1. University Chouaib Doukkali

Settat

  1. University Hassan I

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