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Was first launched in 2014 , with the aim of building an efficient and competitive industry to generate jobs, increase the industrial share in the national Gross Domestic Product, and improve Morocco’s attractiveness for investments . It paved the way for the creation of numerous funds and strategies aimed at supporting said investments .
The 2020-2025 phase focuses mainly on “the consolidation of the achievements made within the framework of the first phase of the plan and their generalization to all regions, by integrating small and medium enterprises and by placing industry at the heart of technological transformations .”
A competitive financing offer is in place under a partnership agreement between the state and the banking sector that commits to support industrial companies (competitive rates, support for restructuring, support for internationalization, etc.) and to provide the necessary consultancy and support to project leaders.
Granted that the company is in accordance with the criteria, it can benefit from the following :
Under the Investment Charter and aimed for all of the industrial sectors, the Investment Promotion Fund (FPI) offers partial coverage by the Government of certain expenses related to :
These contributions may be combined as long as the total contribution of the state does not exceed 5% of the total investment programmed, or 10% in the case of investment in the sector of spinning, weaving or finishing, or when the investment project is located in a suburban or rural area .
It offers grants of up to 15% of the total investment amount, capped at 30 million dirhams, in the automotive, aeronautics and electronics sectors, with the following conditions:
As part of the Industrial Acceleration Plan, aid from the Hassan II Fund has been extended to include the chemicals and para-chemicals industries (ICP). The Fund provides a financial contribution of up to 15% of the total amount of the investment, capped at 30 million dirhams, detailed as follows :
Morocan legislations are oriented towards improving the tax system applicable in the free zones in order to favour the establishment and development of industrial, commercial and services activities in these zones .
The tax system applicable is extremely advantageous (particularly regarding corporation tax) and encouraging for any private industrial or commercial investor :
-State contribution pertaining to income tax for offshoring companies established in Integrated Industrial Platforms (P2I) in order to reduce the burden of income tax so that it does not exceed 20% of taxable gross revenue ;
-Full exemption from company tax during the first five years, and a taxation rate of +17% thereafter .
Moreover, under the Industrial Acceleration Plan, an agreement was concluded with the national telecommunications operators with the goal of improving the telecommunications services offered to the companies of the sector (CRM, ITO and BPO) in order to increase their competitiveness .
The small and medium-sized enterprises of the sector can benefit from specific support within the framework of programmes developed by the National Agency for the Promotion of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (ANPME):
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