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Moroccan tourism ends 2023 with a record high in revenues

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Moroccan tourism ends 2023 with a record high in revenues

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The Ministry of Tourism, Handicrafts, Social and Solidarity Economy reported that tourism revenues from hard currency reached a record high of 105 billion dirhams in 2023, a growth of 12 percent compared to 2022.

The Ministry stated, in a statement, that “after receiving a record number of tourists in 2023 (14.5 million tourists), tourism revenues from hard currency recorded a record high amounting to 105 billion dirhams, which represents a growth of 12 percent compared to the year 2022, confirming the dynamism.” “Exceptional Tourism Year 2023.”

In this regard, the Minister of Tourism, Handicrafts, Social and Solidarity Economy, Fatima Zahraa Ammor, said, according to the same source, that “tourism revenues exceeded the ceiling of 100 billion dirhams in 2023, confirming the status of the tourism sector as one of our country’s largest providers of hard currency.”

The same minister affirmed that “this achievement falls, in large part, within the goal of the road map to achieve 120 billion dirhams by the year 2026,” and added: “We will continue to work to enhance the entertainment offer in Morocco, which will contribute significantly to increasing the expenditures of foreign tourists.”

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