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China
The United Arab Emirates
Japan
Saudi Arabia
Malaysia
South Korea
Kuwait
Bahrain
Oman
Thailand
Qatar
Vietnam
Kazakhstan
Tajikistan
Uzbekistan
Irak
Indonesia

General Data

China has a highly diversified economy, dominated by the manufacturing and agricultural sectors. 

The agricultural sector employs almost 40% of the active population and contributes up to about 10% to the GDP, although only 15% of the Chinese soil (about 1.2 M km ²) is arable. China is the most populated country in the world and one of the largest producers and consumers of agricultural produce. China is the leading global producer of cereals, rice, cotton, potatoes and tea. In terms of livestock, it also dominates sheep and pork livestock farming and the world’s production of fish products. A series of plans have been aimed at transforming agriculture by modernizing and diversifying it and making it more productive. 

The mining sector occupies an important place in the Chinese economy, since the country’s subsoil is rich in energetic resources. China has significant coal reserves (the country's primary energy source), which account for two-thirds of the total primary energy consumption. It is the world leader in the production of certain ores (phosphate and titanium) and also has significant petrol and natural gas reserves. It is the world’s fifth biggest oil producer with 3.8 million barrels a year.

The industry and the construction sectors contribute approximately half of China's GDP. China has become one of the preferred destinations for the relocation of global manufacturing units because of a cheap labor market, even though the cost of labor has been increasing. China’s economic development has coincided primarily with the development of a competitive and outward-oriented manufacturing sector. More than half of the Chinese exports are made by companies with foreign capital. Their share in the sector's added-value varies according to the sector: more than 60% for electronics and less than 20% for the majority of producer goods. The Government sector still contributes approximately 40% to the GDP. 

The services sector has not progressed, encumbered by public monopolies and restrictive regulations. The tertiary sector's share in the GDP is over 40% and it employs a third of the active population.

Responsible of market

MARKET DIRECTION/ SANAE LAHLOU

n° 5 street Sidi Belyout, 20000 Casablanca - Maroc
T.(+212) 522 30.22.10/30.75.43
F.(+212) 522 45.05.57/30.17.93
E. exportateurs2015[@]marocexport.gov.ma

Top 3 export

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (9.1%)

BROADCASTING TECHNOLOGY (4.3%)

PHONES (4.3%)

PIB/Habitant

11530 USD

Indice de qualité de vie

0.719

Top 3 import

CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION (13%)

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (7.1%)

IRON ORE (6.8%)

position vs Maroc

14TH CLIENT

3TH SUPPLIER

Puissance mondiale

2ème

Growth rate

8,00%

Taux d'ouverture du marché

21%

Population

1 342,00

Responsible of market

MARKET DIRECTION/ SANAE LAHLOU

n° 5 street Sidi Belyout, 20000 Casablanca - Maroc
T.(+212) 522 30.22.10/30.75.43
F.(+212) 522 45.05.57/30.17.93
E. exportateurs2015[@]marocexport.gov.ma

Economical data

PIB GDP per capita (in USD PPP)
  • 2007 5 750,00
  • 2008 6 410,00
  • 2009 7 030,00
  • 2010 7 800,00
  • 2011 8 620,00
  • 2012 9 510,00
  • 2013 10 500,00
  • 2014 11 530,00
GDP in US $ million (at current prices)
  • 2007 3 494 300,00
  • 2008 4 531 700,00
  • 2009 5 050 500,00
  • 2010 5 926 000,00
  • 2011 7 035 000,00
  • 2012 8 252 000,00
  • 2013 9 673 000,00
  • 2014 11 066 000,00
GDP growth rate (at constant prices)
  • 2007 14,17 %
  • 2008 9,63 %
  • 2009 9,20 %
  • 2010 10,40 %
  • 2011 9,19 %
  • 2012 8,22 %
  • 2013 8,49 %
  • 2014 8,00 %
Consumption Private consumption in million USD (at current prices)
  • 2007 1 256 800,00
  • 2008 1 591 600,00
  • 2009 1 773 100,00
  • 2010 1 968 800,00
  • 2011 2 393 000,00
  • 2012 2 849 000,00
  • 2013 3 415 000,00
  • 2014 4 002 000,00
Investments Investments in US $ million (a current prices)
  • 2007 1 366 400,00
  • 2008 1 843 300,00
  • 2009 2 293 500,00
  • 2010 2 693 300,00
  • 2011 3 418 000,00
  • 2012 3 927 000,00
  • 2013 4 565 000,00
  • 2014 5 192 000,00
Imports Imports of goods in US $ million (a current prices)
  • 2007 904 618,00
  • 2008 1 073 920,00
  • 2009 954 287,00
  • 2010 1 327 240,00
  • 2011 1 675 510,00
  • 2012 1 865 600,00
  • 2013 2 127 000,00
  • 2014 2 396 420,00
Import growth rate (at constant prices)
  • 2007 13,85 %
  • 2008 3,73 %
  • 2009 4,66 %
  • 2010 20,76 %
  • 2011 10,54 %
  • 2012 9,06 %
  • 2013 11,99 %
  • 2014 11,21 %
Trade Balance Trade balance (USD million)
  • 2007 315 381,00
  • 2008 360 682,00
  • 2009 249 509,00
  • 2010 254 180,00
  • 2011 210 360,00
  • 2012 195 280,00
  • 2013 181 789,00
  • 2014 167 227,00
Trade balance / GDP (%)
  • 2007 9,03 %
  • 2008 7,96 %
  • 2009 4,94 %
  • 2010 4,29 %
  • 2011 2,99 %
  • 2012 2,37 %
  • 2013 1,88 %
  • 2014 1,51 %
Sources: IMF, World Bank, WTO

Exchanges With Morocco

Evolution du Chiffre d'Affiare des échanges : (en Millions de DH)

 

RUBRIQUE 2009201020112012JAN.DÉC.12*JAN.DÉC.13*
Importations  20.60  25.00  23.31  25.58       25.58       26.30
Part dans les importations globales    0%    0%    0%    0%         0%         0%
Exportations  1.20  20.05  1.58  2.40       2.40       2.90
Part dans les exportations globales    0%    0%    0%    0%         0%         0%
Solde-19.40-22.93-21.72-23.18      -23.18     -23.40
Taux de couverture   6%    8%    7%    9%          9%         11%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Taux d'évolution moyenne du Chiffre d'Affaires des échanges :

 

RUBRIQUE       EVOL.MOY. 09/12        EVOL.13/12*
Importations           8.1%        2.83%
Part dans les importations globales               -              -
Exportations         33.02%       20.96%
Part dans les exportations globales               -              -
Solde          6.54%       0.95%
Taux de couverture               -             -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(*)Chiffres provisoires

Source: Office des Changes

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