Morocco is set to join eight other African countries at the third economic forum on exchanges between Africa and China, to be held in the Chinese city of Changsha from the end of June to the second of July of this year. This event, as reported by Chinadaily, will include various economic seminars and forums organized by economic actors from both Africa and China.
The forum will also feature the announcement of the report on Chinese-African exchanges and the revelation of the Chinese-African exchanges index. Alongside Morocco, the African continent will be represented by Benin, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Zambia.
It is noteworthy that the forum’s first session was held in the Chinese city of Changsha in 2019, and it is regarded as an excellent opportunity to strengthen economic and trade exchanges between China and African countries. This includes Morocco, which intends to increase its economic partnership with China.