Report focuses on preventing North African drought

  Posted by: Africa Times Nations in North Africa need to become more proactive in preventing drought before it happens in what is one of the...

Maghreb employers’ leaders agree on revival of Maghreb Union of employers

  Posted by: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse The Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA) announced Monday that the leaders of Maghreb Employers’ associations agreed...

Libya holds talks with Maghreb delegation on cooperation

  Posted by: Xinhuanet Libya's UN-backed Prime Minister Fayez Serraj on Sunday held talks with a high-level Maghreb delegation to discuss joint cooperation and opportunities. The information...

Tunisia, Morocco call for activation of Maghreb Union

Posted by: World Bulletin Tunisian Parliament Speaker Mohamed al-Nasser on Thursday met Moroccan counterpart Habib al-Maliki to discuss “various issues of common concern," including the...

Political differences weaken trade among Maghreb states

  Posted by: Middle East Monitor Political differences between members of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) weaken the volume of trade between them, the organisation’s secretary-general...

European Commission announces €9 billion in climate aid for partner countries

Posted by: Climate Action During the One Planet Summit, the European Commission announced a series of climate-smart investments for Africa and the EU Neighbourhood countries...

North Africa is surging as the continent’s top travel destination, but...

  Posted by: QUARTZ   North Africa is re-emerging as a major travel and tourism force in Africa, after a dip in the last few years. Since the...

IFC to invest $18m each in Maghreb PE, Mediterrania Capital

Posted by: DEAL STREET ASIA   A packet of former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln five-dollar bill currency is inspected at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing...

The Future Looks Bright For North Africa’s Tech Scene

Posted by: AFKINSIDER It was merely six years ago that the Arab Spring swept parts of the Middle East and North Africa, resulting in the...

Morocco and Algeria Could Have Been Region’s ‘Largest Economies’: The Economist

  Posted by: MOROCCO WORLD NEWS Long-time tension between Morocco and Algeria obstructed regional cooperation between North African countries. Had the 1989 regional integration ambitions materialized,...