Administrative procedures: 45% reduction in documents requested from investors

Administrative procedures: 45% reduction in documents requested from investors
Administrative procedures: 45% reduction in documents requested from investors

Mohcine Jazouli, Minister Delegate in charge of Investment. Credit: MICEPP

The Minister Delegate in charge of Investment, Convergence and Evaluation of public policies, Mohcine Jazouli, indicated, Tuesday in Rabat, that the simplification and digitization of 22 administrative decisions via the CRI-invest electronic platform, have made it possible to reduce the documents required for investors by 45%.

In response to an oral question on “the simplification of investment procedures” presented by the group of the National Rally of Independents to the Chamber of Advisors, Jazouli highlighted the acceleration of the implementation of Law No. 55.19 relating to the simplification of procedures and administrative formalities, by approving four implementing decrees aimed at regulating the deadlines for issuing the documents necessary for investment projects.

The minister also noted the approval of the implementing decree establishing the terms and procedures for creating and supporting businesses electronically, affirming that the simplification of administrative procedures is one of the main elements of improving the business climate. business, and one of the essential conditions to facilitate and stimulate investment.

In his response to another question on “the business climate”, posed by the group of the General Union of Workers of Morocco, Jazouli specified that thanks to the major structural reforms undertaken, Morocco has made considerable progress which has been reflected in its global position in terms of business climate, particularly in the World Bank rankings.

In this regard, he highlighted the launch of a new international report from the World Bank entitled “Business Ready”, aimed at comprehensively assessing the business climate on a global scale, including Morocco, according to different criteria. among the 54 countries from its first edition in 2024.

At the same time, Jazouli insisted on the importance of effective implementation of the roadmap for improving the business climate 2023-2026, the result of collaborative work involving the government, the private sector, the banking sector and local actors, with the aim of strengthening Morocco’s position in global rankings.

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