Youssoufia

Youssoufia

 

(formerly Louis Gentil), a city in western Morocco, in Safi Province. Population, 22,400 (1971). Youssoufia is connected by railroad with the port of Safi. The city is the center of a phosphate mining region. Some of the phosphates are processed in Safi at a chemical works, and the rest are exported via the port.

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Doukkala-Abda qui comprend les provinces de Safi, El Jadida, Sidi Bennour et Youssoufia.
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The company is solely responsible for the production and sale of Moroccan phosphate resources, mined at the Benguerir, Khouribga, Youssoufia mines totaling 85 billion cubic meters of reserves in central Morocco, and Boucraa about 1 billion cubic metre in southern Morocco.
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