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In 788, about a century after the Arab conquest of North Africa, a series of Moroccan Muslim dynasties began to rule in Morocco. In the 16th century, the Sa'adi monarchy, particularly under Ahmad AL-MANSUR (1578-1603), repelled foreign invaders and inaugurated a golden age. The Alaouite dynasty, to which the current Moroccan royal family belongs, dates from the 17th century. In 1860, Spain occupied northern Morocco and ushered in a half century of trade rivalry among European powers that saw Morocco's sovereignty steadily erode; in 1912, the French imposed a protectorate over the country. A protracted independence struggle with France ended successfully in 1956. The internationalized city of Tangier and most Spanish possessions were turned over to the new country that same year. Sultan MOHAMMED V, the current... See More



 Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and Western Sahara

Geographic Coordinates:

 32 00 N, 5 00 W


 Total: 446,550 sq km
Land: 446,300 sq km
Water: 250 sq km

Area - Comparative:

 Slightly larger than California

Land Boundaries:

 Total: 2,017.9 km
Border countries: Algeria 1,559 km, Western Sahara 443 km, Spain (Ceuta) 6.3 km, Spain (Melilla) 9.6 km


 1,835 km (Rank: 61)

Maritime Claims:

 Territorial sea: 12 nm
Contiguous zone: 24 nm
Exclusive economic zone: 200 nm
Continental shelf: 200 m depth or to the depth of exploitation


 Mediterranean, becoming more extreme in the interior


 Northern coast and interior are mountainous with large areas of bordering plateaus, intermontane valleys, and rich coastal plains

Elevation Extremes:

 Lowest point: Sebkha Tah -55 m
Highest point: Jebel Toubkal 4,165 m

Natural Resources:

 Phosphates, iron ore, manganese, lead, zinc, fish, salt

Land Use:

 Arable land: 19%
Permanent crops: 2%
Other: 79% (2005)

Irrigated Land:

 14,570 sq km (2008)

Total Renewable Water Resources:

 29 cu km (2003)

Freshwater Withdrawal:

 Total: 12.6 cu km/yr (10%/3%/87%)
Per capita: 400 cu m/yr (2000)

Natural Hazards:

 Northern mountains geologically unstable and subject to earthquakes; periodic droughts

Environment - Current Issues:

 Land degradation/desertification (soil erosion resulting from farming of marginal areas, overgrazing, destruction of vegetation); water supplies contaminated by raw sewage; siltation of reservoirs; oil pollution of coastal waters

Environment - International Agreements:

 Party to: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol, Desertification, Endangered Species, Hazardous Wastes, Law of the Sea, Marine Dumping, Ozone Layer Protection, Ship Pollution, Wetlands, Whaling

Signed, but not ratified: Environmental Modification

Geography - Note:

 Strategic location along Strait of Gibraltar

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 Noun: Moroccan(s)
Adjective: Moroccan

Ethnic Groups:

 Arab-Berber 99%, other 1%


 Arabic (official), Berber dialects, French (often the language of business, government, and diplomacy)


 Muslim 99%, Christian 1%, Jewish about 6,000 (2010 est.)


 31,968,361 (July 2011 est.)

Age Structure:

 0-14 years: 27.8% (male 4,514,623/female 4,382,487)
15-64 years: 66.1% (male 10,335,931/female 10,785,380)
65 years and over: 6.1% (male 881,622/female 1,068,318) (2011 est.)

Median Age:

 Total: 26.9 years
Male: 26.3 years
Female: 27.4 years (2011 est.)

Population Growth Rate:

 1.067% (2011 est.)

Birth Rate:

 19.19 births/1,000 population (2011 est.)

Death Rate:

 4.75 deaths/1,000 population (July 2011 est.)

Net Migration Rate:

 -3.77 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2011 est.)


 Urban population: 58% of total population (2010)
Rate of urbanization: 2.1% annual rate of change (2010-15 est.)

Major Cities - Population:

 Casablanca 3.245 million; RABAT (capital) 1.77 million; Fes 1.044 million; Marrakech 909,000; Tangier 768,000 (2009)

Sex Ratio:

 At birth: 1.05 male(s)/female
Under 15 years: 1.03 male(s)/female
15-64 years: 0.96 male(s)/female
65 years and over: 0.83 male(s)/female
Total population: 0.97 male(s)/female (2011 est.)

Maternal Mortality Rate:

 110 deaths/100,000 live births (2008)

Infant Mortality Rate:

 Total: 27.53 deaths/1,000 live births
Male: 32.32 deaths/1,000 live births
Female: 22.51 deaths/1,000 live births (2011 est.)

Life Expectancy At Birth:

 Total population: 75.9 years
Male: 72.84 years
Female: 79.11 years (2011 est.)

Total Fertility Rate:

 2.21 children born/woman (2011 est.)

Health Expenditures:

 5.5% of GDP (2009)

Physicians Density:

 0.62 physicians/1,000 population (2009)

Hospital Bed Density:

 1.1 beds/1,000 population (2009)

Drinking Water Source:

 Urban: 98% of population
Rural: 60% of population
Total: 81% of population
Urban: 2% of population
Rural: 40% of population
Total: 19% of population (2008)

Sanitation Facility Access:

 Urban: 83% of population
Rural: 52% of population
Total: 69% of population
Urban: 17% of population
Rural: 48% of population
Total: 31% of population (2008)

HIV/AIDS - Adult Prevalence Rate:

 0.1% (2009 est.)

HIV/AIDS - People Living With HIV/AIDS:

 26,000 (2009 est.)

HIV/AIDS - Deaths:

 1,200 (2009 est.)

Children Under 5 - Underweight:

 9.9% (2004)

Obesity - Adult Prevalence Rate:

 16% (2000)

Education Expenditures:

 5.6% of GDP (2008)


 Definition: age 15 and over can read and write
Total population: 52.3%
Male: 65.7%
Female: 39.6% (2004 census)

Average Years of Schooling:

 Total: 10 years
Male: 11 years
Female: 10 years (2007)

Unemployment, Youth Ages 15-24:

 Total: 21.9%
Male: 22.8%
Female: 19.4% (2009)

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Country Name:

 Conventional long form: Kingdom of Morocco
Conventional short form: Morocco
Local long form: Al Mamlakah al Maghribiyah
Local short form: Al Maghrib

Government Type:

 Constitutional monarchy


 Name: Rabat
Geographic coordinates: 34 01 N, 6 49 W
Time difference: UTC 0 (5 hours ahead of Washington, DC during Standard Time)
Daylight saving time: +1 hr, begins first Sunday in April; ends last Sunday in July

Administrative Divisions:

 15 regions; Grand Casablanca, Chaouia-Ouardigha, Doukkala-Abda, Fes-Boulemane, Gharb-Chrarda-Beni Hssen, Guelmim-Es Smara, Laayoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra, Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz, Meknes-Tafilalet, Oriental, Rabat-Sale-Zemmour-Zaer, Souss-Massa-Draa, Tadla-Azilal, Tanger-Tetouan, Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate

Note: Morocco claims the territory of Western Sahara, the political status of which is considered undetermined by the US Government; portions of the regions Guelmim-Es Smara and Laayoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra as claimed by Morocco lie within Western Sahara; Morocco also claims Oued Eddahab-Lagouira, another region that falls entirely within Western Sahara


 2 March 1956 (from France)

National Holiday:

 Throne Day (accession of King MOHAMMED VI to the throne), 30 July (1999)


 10 March 1972; revised 4 September 1992, amended September 1996; new constitution approved in referendum 1 July 2011

Legal System:

 Mixed legal system of civil law based on French law and Islamic law; judicial review of legislative acts by Supreme Court

International Law Organization Participation:

 Has not submitted an ICJ jurisdiction declaration; non-party state to the ICCt


 18 years of age; universal

Executive Branch:

 Chief of state: King MOHAMMED VI (since 30 July 1999)

Head of government: Prime Minister Abdelilah BENKIRANE (since 29 November 2011)

Cabinet: Council of Ministers appointed by the prime minister

Elections: the monarchy is hereditary; prime minister appointed by the monarch following legislative elections

Legislative Branch:

 Bicameral Parliament consists of the Chamber of Counselors (or upper house) (270 seats - to be reduced to a maximum of 120; members elected indirectly by local councils, professional organizations, and labor syndicates to serve nine-year terms; one-third of the members are elected every three years) and Chamber of Representatives (or lower house) (395 seats; members elected by popular vote to serve five-year terms)

Elections: Chamber of Counselors - last held on 3 October 2009 (next to be held in 2012); Chamber of Representatives - last held on 25 November 2011 (next to be held in 2016)

Election results: Chamber of Counselors - percent of vote by party - NA; seats by party - NA; Chamber of Representatives - percent of vote by party - NA; seats by party - (partial results as of 6 December 2011) PJD 107, PI 60, RNI 52, PAM 47, USFP 39, MP 32, UC 23, PPS 18

Judicial Branch:

 Supreme Court (judges are appointed on the recommendation of the Supreme Council of the Judiciary, presided over by the monarch)

Political Parties and Leaders:

 Action Party or PA [Mohammed EL IDRISSI]; Al Ahd (The Covenant) Party [Najib EL OUAZZANI]; Alliance des Libert'es (Alliance of Liberty) or ADL [Ali BELHAJ]; An-Nahj Ad-Dimocrati or An-Nahj [Abdellah EL HARIF]; Authenticity and Modernity Party or PAM [Mohamed Cheikh BIADILLAH, secretary general]; Choura et Istiqlal (Consultation and Independence) Party or PCI [Abdelwahed MAACH]; Citizens' Forces or FC [Abderrahman LAHJOUJI]; Citizenship and Development Initiative or ICD [Mohamed BENHAMOU]; Constitutional Union Party or UC [Mohammed ABIED]; Democratic and Social Movement or MDS [Mahmoud ARCHANE]; Democratic Forces Front or FFD [Touhami EL KHIARI]; Democratic Socialist Vanguard Party or PADS [Ahmed BENJELLOUN]; Democratic Society Party or PSD [Zhor CHEKKAFI]; Democratic Union or UD [Bouazza IKKEN]; Environment and Development Party or PED [Ahmed EL ALAMI]; Istiqlal (Independence) Party or PI [Abbas EL FASSI]; Justice and Development Party or PJD [Abdelilah BENKIRANE]; Labor Party or PT [Abdelkrim BENATIK]; Moroccan Liberal Party or PML [Mohamed ZIANE]; National Democratic Party or PND [Abdallah KADIRI]; National Ittihadi Congress Party or CNI [Abdelmajid BOUZOUBAA]; National Popular Movement or MNP [Mahjoubi AHERDANE]; National Rally of Independents or RNI [Mustapha EL MANSOURI]; National Union of Popular Forces or UNFP [Abdellah IBRAHIM]; Popular Movement or MP [Mohamed LAENSER]; Progress and Socialism Party or PPS [Ismail ALAOUI]; Reform and Development Party or PRD [Abderrahmane EL KOUHEN]; Renaissance and Virtue Party or PRV [Mohamed KHALIDI]; Renewal and Equity Party or PRE [Chakir ACHABAR]; Social Center Party or PSC [Lahcen MADIH]; Socialist Democratic Party or PSD [Aissa OUARDIGHI]; Socialist Union of Popular Forces or USFP [Abdelwahed RADI]; Unified Socialist Left Party or PGSU [Mohamed Ben Said AIT IDDER]

Political Pressure Groups and Leaders:

 Democratic Confederation of Labor or CDT [Noubir AMAOUI]; General Union of Moroccan Workers or UGTM [Abderrazzak AFILAL]; Moroccan Employers Association or CGEM [Hassan CHAMI]; National Labor Union of Morocco or UNMT [Abdelslam MAATI]; Union of Moroccan Workers or UMT [Mahjoub BENSEDDIK]

International Organization Participation:


Diplomatic Representation in the US:

 Chief of mission: Ambassador Aziz MEKOUAR
Chancery: 1601 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20009
Telephone: [1] (202) 462-7979
FAX: [1] (202) 265-0161
Consulate(s) general: New York

Diplomatic Representation From the US:

 Chief of mission: Ambassador Samuel L. KAPLAN
Embassy: 2 Avenue de Mohamed El Fassi, Rabat
Mailing address: PSC 74, Box 021, APO AE 09718
Telephone: [212] (37) 76 22 65
FAX: [212] (37) 76 56 61
Consulate(s) general: Casablanca

Flag Description:

 Red with a green pentacle (five-pointed, linear star) known as Sulayman's (Solomon's) seal in the center of the flag; red and green are traditional colors in Arab flags, although the use of red is more commonly associated with the Arab states of the Persian gulf; the pentacle represents the five pillars of Islam and signifies the association between God and the nation; design dates to 1912

National Symbols:

 Pentacle symbol; lion

National Anthem:

 Name: "Hymne Cherifien" (Hymn of the Sharif)
Lyrics/music: Ali Squalli HOUSSAINI/Leo MORGAN

Note: music adopted 1956, lyrics adopted 1970

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Economy - Overview:

 Morocco's market economy benefits from the country's relatively low labor costs and proximity to Europe, which aid key areas of the economy such as agriculture, light manufacturing, tourism, and remittances. Morocco is also the world's largest exporter of phosphate, which has long provided a source of export earnings and economic stability. Economic policies pursued since 2003 by King MOHAMMED VI have brought macroeconomic stability to the country with generally low inflation, improved financial performance, and steady progress in developing the service and industrial sectors. In 2006, Morocco entered a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the US, and in 2008 entered into an advanced status in its 2000 Association Agreement with the EU. However, poverty, illiteracy, and unemployment rates remain high. In response to these challenges, King MOHAMMED in 2005 launched a National Initiative for Human Development, a $2 billion program aimed at alleviating poverty and underdevelopment by expanding electricity to rural areas and replacing urban slums with public and subsidized housing, among other policies. Morocco's trade and budget deficits widened in 2010, and reducing government spending and adapting to sluggish economic growth in Europe will be challenges in 2011. Morocco's long-term challenges include improving education and job prospects for young Moroccans, closing the disparity in wealth between the rich and the poor, confronting corruption, and expanding and diversifying exports beyond phosphates and low-value-added products.

GDP (Purchasing Power Parity):

 $151.4 billion (2010 est.)
$146.8 billion (2009 est.)
$139.9 billion (2008 est.)

Note: data are in 2010 US dollars

GDP (Official Exchange Rate):

 $103.5 billion (2010 est.)

GDP - Real Growth Rate:

 3.2% (2010 est.)
4.9% (2009 est.)
5.6% (2008 est.)

GDP - Per Capita (PPP):

 $4,800 (2010 est.)
$4,700 (2009 est.)
$4,500 (2008 est.)

Note: data are in 2010 US dollars

GDP - Composition By Sector:

 Agriculture: 17.1%
Industry: 31.6%
Services: 51.4% (2010 est.)

Labor Force:

 11.44 million (2010 est.)

Labor Force - By Occupation:

 Agriculture: 44.6%
Industry: 19.8%
Services: 35.5% (2006 est.)

Unemployment Rate:

 9.1% (2010 est.)
9.1% (2009 est.)

Population Below Poverty Line:

 15% (2007 est.)

Household Income / Consumption By Share:

 Lowest 10%: 2.7%
Highest 10%: 33.2% (2007)

Distribution of Family Income - Gini Index:

 40.9 (2007 est.)
39.5 (1999 est.)

Investment (Gross Fixed):

 30.7% of GDP (2010 est.)


 Revenues: $22.92 billion
Expenditures: $27.21 billion (2010 est.)

Taxes and Other Revenues:

 22.1% of GDP (2010 est.)

Budget Surplus / Deficit:

 -4.1% of GDP (2010 est.)

Public Debt:

 61.1% of GDP (2010 est.)
56.9% of GDP (2009 est.)

Inflation Rate (Consumer Prices):

 1% (2010 est.)
1% (2009 est.)

Central Bank Discount Rate:

 6.5% (31 December 2010 est.)
3.31% (31 December 2009 est.)

Commercial Bank Prime Lending Rate:

 6.3% (31 December 2010 est.)
6.2% (31 December 2009 est.)

Stock of Money:

 $69.25 billion (31 December 2008)
$67.42 billion (31 December 2007)

Stock of Quasi Money:

 $18.98 billion (31 December 2008)
$16.23 billion (31 December 2007)

Stock of Narrow Money:

 $66.09 billion (31 December 2010 est.)
$67.24 billion (31 December 2009 est.)

Stock of Broad Money:

 $108.2 billion (31 December 2010 est.)
$109.8 billion (31 December 2009 est.)

Stock of Domestic Credit:

 $88.84 billion (31 December 2010 est.)
$92.38 billion (31 December 2009 est.)

Market Value of Publicly Traded Shares:

 $69.15 billion (31 December 2010)
$62.91 billion (31 December 2009)
$65.75 billion (31 December 2008)

Agriculture - Products:

 Barley, wheat, citrus fruits, grapes, vegetables, olives; livestock; wine


 Phosphate rock mining and processing, food processing, leather goods, textiles, construction, energy, tourism

Industrial Production Growth Rate:

 4.4% (2010 est.)

Electricity - Production:

 19.49 billion kWh (2008 est.)

Electricity - Production By Source:

 Fossil fuel: 95.4%
Hydro: 4.6%
Nuclear: 0%
Other: 0% (2001)

Electricity - Consumption:

 21.47 billion kWh (2008 est.)

Electricity - Exports:

 0 kWh (2009 est.)

Electricity - Imports:

 3.429 billion kWh (2009 est.)

Oil - Production:

 3,938 bbl/day (2010 est.)

Oil - Consumption:

 209,000 bbl/day (2010 est.)

Oil - Exports:

 25,090 bbl/day (2009 est.)

Oil - Imports:

 221,000 bbl/day (2009 est.)

Oil - Proven Reserves:

 680,000 bbl (1 January 2011 est.)

Natural Gas - Production:

 60 million cu m (2009 est.)

Natural Gas - Consumption:

 560 million cu m (2009 est.)

Natural Gas - Exports:

 0 cu m (2009 est.)

Natural Gas - Imports:

 500 million cu m (2009 est.)

Natural Gas - Proven Reserves:

 1.444 billion cu m (1 January 2011 est.)

Current Account Balance:

 -$4.625 billion (2010 est.)
-$5.362 billion (2009 est.)


 $17.58 billion (2010 est.)
$14.05 billion (2009 est.)

Exports - Commodities:

 Clothing and textiles, electric components, inorganic chemicals, transistors, crude minerals, fertilizers (including phosphates), petroleum products, citrus fruits, vegetables, fish

Exports - Partners:

 Spain 19.7%, France 17.8%, India 5.8%, US 4.2%, Brazil 4.1% (2010)


 $32.65 billion (2010 est.)
$30.41 billion (2009 est.)

Imports - Commodities:

 Crude petroleum, textile fabric, telecommunications equipment, wheat, gas and electricity, transistors, plastics

Imports - Partners:

 France 16.9%, Spain 14.2%, China 7.9%, US 6.2%, Saudi Arabia 6.1%, Italy 5.9%, Germany 5.4% (2010)

Reserves of Foreign Exchange and Gold:

 $23.61 billion (31 December 2010 est.)
$23.58 billion (31 December 2009 est.)

Debt - External:

 $30.19 billion (30 June 2011 est.)
$26.56 billion (31 December 2010 est.)

Stock of Direct Foreign Investment - Abroad:

 $1.281 billion (31 December 2010 est.)
$1.861 billion (31 December 2009 est.)

Stock of Direct Foreign Investment - At Home:

 $43.82 billion (31 December 2010 est.)
$42.58 billion (31 December 2009 est.)

Exchange Rates:

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Moroccan dirhams (MAD) per US dollar -
8.3619 (2010)
8.0571 (2009)
7.526 (2008)
8.3563 (2007)
8.7722 (2006)

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Telephones - Main Lines In Use:

 3.749 million (2010)

Telephones - Cellular:

 31.928 million (2010)

Telephone System:

 General assessment: good system composed of open-wire lines, cables, and microwave radio relay links; principal switching centers are Casablanca and Rabat; national network nearly 100% digital using fiber-optic links; improved rural service employs microwave radio relay; Internet available but expensive

Domestic: fixed-line teledensity is roughly 10 per 100 persons; mobile-cellular subscribership approached 75 per 100 persons in 2009

International: country code - 212; landing point for the Atlas Offshore, Estepona-Tetouan, Euroafrica, Spain-Morocco, and SEA-ME-WE-3 fiber-optic telecommunications undersea cables that provide connectivity to Asia, the Middle East, and Europe; satellite earth stations - 2 Intelsat (Atlantic Ocean) and 1 Arabsat; microwave radio relay to Gibraltar, Spain, and Western Sahara; coaxial cable and microwave radio relay to Algeria; participant in Medarabtel; fiber-optic cable link from Agadir to Algeria and Tunisia (2009)

Broadcast Media:

 2 television broadcast networks with state-run Radio-Television Marocaine (RTM) operating one network and the state partially owning the other; foreign TV broadcasts are available via satellite dish; 3 radio broadcast networks with RTM operating one; the government-owned network includes 10 regional radio channels in addition to its national service (2007)

Radio Broadcast Stations:

 AM NA, FM 15, shortwave NA (2009)

Television Broadcast Stations:

 8 (2009)

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Internet Hosts:

 277,793 (2010)

Internet Users:

 13.213 million (2009)

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 58 (2010)

Airports - With Paved Runways:

 Total: 32
Over 3,047 m: 11
2,438 to 3,047 m: 7
1,524 to 2,437 m: 10
914 to 1,523 m: 4 (2010)

Airports - With Unpaved Runways:

 Total: 26
2,438 to 3,047 m: 1
1,524 to 2,437 m: 7
914 to 1,523 m: 10
Under 914 m: 8 (2010)


 1 (2010)


 Gas 830 km; oil 439 km (2010)


 Total: 2,067 km
Standard gauge: 2,067 km 1.435-m gauge (1,022 km electrified) (2010)


 Total: 58,256 km
Paved: 39,480 km (includes 866 km of expressways)
Unpaved: 18,776 km (2008)

Merchant Marine:

 Total: 30
By type: cargo 2, chemical tanker 2, container 7, passenger/cargo 15, petroleum tanker 1, roll on/roll off 3
Foreign-owned: 6 (France 4, Germany 2)
Registered in other countries: 5 (Gibraltar 4, Panama 1) (2010)

Ports and Terminals:

 Casablanca, Jorf Lasfar, Mohammedia, Safi, Tangier

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Military Branches:

 Royal Armed Forces (Forces Armees Royales, FAR): Royal Moroccan Army (includes Air Defense), Royal Moroccan Navy (includes Coast Guard, Marines), Royal Moroccan Air Force (Al Quwwat al Jawyiya al Malakiya Marakishiya; Force Aerienne Royale Marocaine) (2010)

Military Service Age and Obligation:

 20 years of age for voluntary military service; no conscription; service obligation - 18 months (2011)

Manpower Available For Military Service:

 Males age 16-49: 8,252,682
Females age 16-49: 8,691,419 (2010 est.)

Manpower Fit For Military Service:

 Males age 16-49: 7,026,016
Females age 16-49: 7,377,045 (2010 est.)

Manpower Reaching Militarily Significant Age Annually:

 Male: 300,327
Female: 298,366 (2010 est.)

Military Expenditures:

 5% of GDP (2003 est.)

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Disputes - International:

 Claims and administers Western Sahara whose sovereignty remains unresolved; Morocco protests Spain's control over the coastal enclaves of Ceuta, Melilla, and Penon de Velez de la Gomera, the islands of Penon de Alhucemas and Islas Chafarinas, and surrounding waters; both countries claim Isla Perejil (Leila Island); discussions have not progressed on a comprehensive maritime delimitation, setting limits on resource exploration and refugee interdiction, since Morocco's 2002 rejection of Spain's unilateral designation of a median line from the Canary Islands; Morocco serves as one of the primary launching areas of illegal migration into Spain from North Africa; Algeria's border with Morocco remains an irritant to bilateral relations, each nation accusing the other of harboring militants and arms smuggling; the FLN's assertions of a claim to Chirac Pastures in southeastern Morocco is a dormant dispute

Illicit Drugs:

 One of the world's largest producers of illicit hashish; shipments of hashish mostly directed to Western Europe; transit point for cocaine from South America destined for Western Europe; significant consumer of cannabis

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Last Updated: December 2011

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