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Morocco Style Fashion and TEX 2018 begins from March 28

The 4th edition of the Morocco International Fashion, Textile and Accessories Fair will open doors on March 28, 2018 at the Casablanca International Fairground, Morocco. The Morocco Style is becoming trendy following collaboration with Pyramids International and AMITH, Morocco's only textile Federation. Thousands of buyers from each region of Morocco and over 400 exhibitors will be part of Morocco Style to display their products for the African market.

Morocco, which has an FTAs with the EU and the US, provides many advantages to textile exporters. The country’s economy is growing every year following International trade and textile products are among the largest import items. Morocco Style is the best platform to enter into this market and participants will be able to take an advantage of all these opportunities with the buyer delegations and professional visitors from over 18 countries; mainly from neighbouring countries such as, Tunisia, Algeria, Portugal and Spain.

Casablanca, being the biggest city and port of Morocco, holds 80 per cent of Moroccan Trade in terms of volume. Morocco’s — whose fabric import is exempt from tax — imports high volume of fabrics which accelerates the export of ready-to-wear. This platform allowed national and international companies of different industry sectors to show and promote their skills, meet partners and find international brands from several countries. Thus ‘Morocco Style’ contributed to the consolidation of the Moroccan expertise in this area, consolidating the competitiveness of the Kingdom and making it an international reference hub.

At the 3rd edition over 312 exhibitors from 11 countries such as, Morocco, Turkey, Spain, France, Portugal, France, China, India, Italy, Pakistan, Tunisia along with 12,443 professional visitors from Morocco and 37 foreign countries from West and South Africa, North Africa, Middle East and Gulf countries, European countries such as Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Greece, Netherlands, England and America contributed the success of the expo.