Morocco, Japan Trade Ministers examine means to promote cooperation.
Tunis - Morocco's Foreign Trade Minister Abdellatif Maazouz held talks, on Thursday in Tunis, with Japan's Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Akihiro Ohata, on means to boost bilateral cooperation, notably in the field of promoting renewable energies.
During the talks, held on the sidelines of the 2nd Arab-Japanese Forum, the two officials voiced determination to bolster cooperation between the two countries in different fields, notably in the field of electricity generation. Morocco and Japan had signed a cooperation agreement on renewable energies to benefit the Moroccan solar energy plan from Japanese experience, notably in terms of power generation and electricity networks management in order to produce electricity from renewable energies.
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|Date:||Dec 12, 2010|
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