Morocco: 2019 intra-Africa trade and tariff profile
Only 4% of Morocco’s total world trade for 2019 was trade with other African countries, mainly Egypt and Algeria. Intra-Africa exports are mainly to countries outside PAFTA and AGADIR, while imports are mainly sourced from countries that are also members of these two FTAs. Morocco exports to a variety of African countries, the top five African destinations (Djibouti, Senegal, Mauritania, Ivory Coast and Algeria) only accounts for 44% of total intra-Africa exports. On contrary, imports are mainly from three countries – Egypt, Algeria and Tunisia. All of Morocco’s exports of steel lattice masts are to African countries, while almost all of Morocco’s world exports of coffee extracts, paper packaging and paints and varnishes are intra-Africa. Of the products, Morocco imports from African countries outside PAFTA and AGADIR imports are mainly for Togo, South Africa and the DRC including duty-free imports of cotton, coffee and preserved tunas and petroleum oil, coal and float glass levied 2.5% duties.
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