Morocco is one of the 16 partner countries whose relations with the EU are framed by the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP). This country page presents information on DG ECFIN’s activities and economic cooperation with Morocco.
DG ECFIN conducts regular analysis on macroeconomic and financial developments in Morocco.
The EU and Morocco regularly organise macroeconomic dialogues in order to exchange views on their respective economic outlooks and on the major structural challenges that they face.
The EU held its latest Economic Dialogue with the Moroccan authorities in Rabat in May 2015. The European Commission presented the EU economic outlook based on the latest available economic forecast. The Moroccan authorities presented recent macroeconomic developments in their country. The meeting also provided the opportunity to discuss issues related to public finance management, unemployment, taxation, the banking sector, statistics, and regional economic developments. The dialogue was followed by a videoconference on the EU macroeconomic forecast methodology, organised upon the request of the Moroccan Ministry of Economy and Finance, with the help of the EU Delegation in Morocco and the participation of forecasting experts from the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs.
The links below provide additional information on EU-Morocco relations: