North Africa


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North Africa

the part of Africa between the Mediterranean and the Sahara: consists chiefly of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and N Egypt
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Our collaboration with Tiba represents a unique partnership with Egypt's leading education group," said Ahmed Badreldin, Abraaj's Regional Head in the Middle East and North Africa.
It also plans to open 13 new dealerships in North Africa this year, including eight in Morocco.
The real challenge to the regional market potential of the countries of North Africa lies not in the similarity of their economies but in the relative weakness of their economic development, and/or their lack of industrialization.
The delegations will issue the "Rabat Declaration", featuring proposals and recommendations aimed at beefing up border security in North Africa, the Sahel and the Sahara through a strategy integrating the political, operational and developmental facets.
Further properties currently under construction in North Africa include The Ritz-Carlton, Tunis, Carthage, a resort featuring 129-suites, situated close to the world heritage site of Carthage, and Morocco a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Tamuda Bay, featuring a 98-luxury room hotel with 35 pool villa suites, a beach club and an 18-hole Nicklaus design golf course.
Washington : President Barack Obama has appointed a new coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa and the Gulf, the White House announced Saturday.
Said Khoubbach will lead from front as the general manager for North Africa, while Majid Lrhazi will manage the business development as the sales director for North Africa.
Spangenberg, currently president and managing director of GM North Africa, will become president and managing director of GM Africa.
The North Africa region--Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia--has for many decades been the world's largest recipient of foreign aid in per capita terms.
Despite these problems, harnessing the renewable potential of North Africa has had high profile political support from both the European and North African sides.
The WEF and the King Abdullah II Fund for Development (KAFD) today signed a memorandum of understanding that marks the official start of preparations for the 2013 World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa.