Morocco has revoked this week the decision that prohibited the import of electronic devices, used bedding, used wooden furniture, carpets, bedspreads and floors taken last November, according to the media. The Ceuta Lighthouse.
The Moroccan Ministry of Industry and Commerce’s decision to retract is part of a review of national customs policy. Likewise, it responds to the promotion of competition and the opening of the Moroccan market to imported products.
Furthermore, this decision will lead to a decrease in the prices of used devices and furniture in the Moroccan market, and will also contribute to the creation of new job opportunities in the commercial sector, according to sources in information published in Moroccan media collected by the same media. .
The Moroccan coordination of international cargo transport expressed its dissatisfaction with the decision to ban the import of used devices, considering it as an “execution of this vital sector.”
The coordination also explained that it will lead to the loss of thousands of employment opportunities in the international cargo transportation sector, in addition to having a negative impact on the purchasing power of Moroccans.