World Cup 2030, investors will quickly invest in Morocco Agenzia di stampa Italpress

RABAT (Morocco) (ITALPRESS/MNA) – The joint organization of the 2030 World Cup by Morocco, Spain and Portugal is attracting international companies eager to invest in the Kingdom of Morocco. To prepare for this event, the country has decided to launch a series of infrastructure projects.

Major works are planned to strengthen and expand transport networks, land and rail, and build hotels and sports infrastructure. In addition to Spain and some European countries, many other companies have shown their interest, including China and the United States.

Some of the projects in question have already started, such as the project to modernize the stadiums that will host the first African Cup of Nations (CAN 2025) and then the 2030 World Cup.

This is the case for the large stadium in Tangier, the Moulay Abdellah sports complex in Rabat and the sports complex in Fez, as well as for the future large Benslimane stadium, with a capacity of 115,000 spectators.

The Minister of Economy and Finance indicated that the joint organization of the 2030 World Cup could contribute to GDP growth, which is expected to reach 3.7% per year next year. According to the minister, the organization of these two international events will have an impact on Morocco in terms of economic development and job creation.

The organization of international competitions attracts foreign investment and generates economic benefits in terms of growth, employment and development, which will involve not only stadiums but also facilitate the development of a whole range of infrastructure projects, starting from travel stops, shopping centers, hotels, parking garages and train stations.

Morocco is proving to be a fast-growing construction location and this could be an excellent opportunity for international companies.

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