THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE : THE CASE OF MOROCCO

Hicham LAM'HAMMDI

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With the arrival of the Corona Virus (COVID-19), which caused one of the most serious crises in the world (comparable to the Great Depression of the 1930s), international trade was severely affected, as most countries have adopted protectionist measures during this crisis. Morocco, and after a few months from the beginning of this crisis, although its foreign trade declined and most foreign trade indicators showed a decline (as in the case of several countries), the present crisis has enabled the country to position itself as an exporting country, par excellence in Africa, of medical and sanitary equipment, to reorganize its priorities regarding the nature of products to be imported and to rethink the key sectors on which the country should base its export offer.


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International Trade ; COVID-19 ; Morocco's Foreign Trade

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ISSN: 2489-205X

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