Morocco has the best jurisdiction over mining policies

Le Maroc parmi les juridictions les mieux loties en matière de politiques minières

As part of this ranking, the Fraser Institute consults with executives from leading mining and exploration companies. Morocco came in second with a score of 98.06 out of 84 provinces, states and countries analyzed. “Along with the Republic of Ireland and Morocco, the top 10 jurisdictions are Northern Ireland, Western Australia, Quebec, Nevada, Utah, Saskatchewan, Finland and Alberta,” the report said.

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According to the authors of this survey, “geographical and economic considerations are essential factors in mineral exploration, and the political climate of an area is an important investment consideration”.

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The first jurisdiction in the world in terms of investment attractiveness is Western Australia, followed by Saskatchewan and Nevada in Canada. “The United States (4) is in the top 10 this year, followed by Canada (3), Australia (2) and Africa (1),” Morocco said.

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