The report, which was prepared in accordance with the sixth edition of the International Monetary Fund’s Balance of Payments Guide, indicated that “the debit balance of direct investment operations recorded an increase of 6.4 percent, so that the net inflow of foreign direct investments in Morocco significantly exceeds direct Moroccan investments abroad.” .
The United States of America is the first investor in Morocco in 2022, with a net inflow of plus 7.4 billion dirhams, or 34.1 percent of total foreign direct investment.
Net inflows from this country in 2022 amounted to 0.7 billion dirhams, an increase of 6.7 billion dirhams.
For its part, the net inflow of foreign direct investment from France amounted to plus 3.3 billion dirhams in 2022, compared to plus 7.4 billion dirhams in 2021, followed by the United Kingdom with plus 2.9 billion dirhams, compared to plus 2.3 billion dirhams, and the United Arab Emirates. The United States, with an increase of 2.5 billion dirhams, and the Netherlands, with an increase of 1.5 billion dirhams.