The global crisis demands greater transparency in decision-making and forces the authorities to motivate investors

As the world prepared to enter the post-COVID-19 era, war broke out in Ukraine, exacerbating trade imbalances and record price increases, as well as worsening economic prospects and increasing uncertainty around them. said Abdellatif Jouahri, governor of Bank Al-Maghreb.
Jouahri, who presented King Mohammed VI on Saturday the Central Bank’s annual report on the economic, monetary and financial situation for 2021, that this international climate requires the Moroccan authorities to provide the necessary vision to motivate investors and promote participation in the public decision, noting that this requires greater transparency in decision-making, clear communication about approved options and regular and objective evaluation of their downloads.

However, many of the projects that are under construction, according to Jawahiri’s analysis, do not sufficiently take these basic requirements into consideration, according to the governor of the Al-Maghrib Bank, pointing out that the reform of the education sector is an expressive example of this. . since its implementation is known to have several changes, which can weaken the mobilization necessary to achieve its ambitious objectives.