INTERVIEW-Morocco sees FDI of 3 bln euros in 2010, up in 2011

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* Morocco forecasting 20 pct rise in FDI for 2011 * FDI for 2010 even with last year's 3 bln euros * Fertilizer sector to contribute 30-40 pct to FDI By Daniel Bases NEW YORK, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Foreign direct investment in Morocco for this year will likely match the 3 billion euros that were attracted in 2009, the kingdom's top trade official said on Wednesday. Big investments in the fertilizer industry and a Renault car manufacturing plant coming online next year will contribute ...

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