Take the Marrakech express

Morocco has a long way to go before its infrastructure can match that of neighbouring Spain, but it has been on the radars of many overseas property investors for some time now, writes Diarmaid Condon in Marrakech.

26th May, 2007

Morocco has a long way to go before its infrastructure can match that of neighbouring Spain, but it has been on the radars of many overseas property investors for some time now, writes Diarmaid Condon in Marrakech.

As property hotspots go, Morocco has been close to as hot as it gets over the past couple of years, both literally and metaphorically.

The beginning of its appearance on the radars of overseas investors can be traced...

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