RABAT, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Moroccan exports and industrial jobs will start growing again next year as business-friendly reforms help the north African country rebound quicker from the global economic downturn, its industry and trade minister said. "In 2010, we will do better than 2009" in terms of exports, Ahmed Reda Chami told Reuters in an interview. "But Europe and the United States must not deal us a W-shaped crisis." "We are exiting the crisis, still with jobs being destroyed, but ...
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