Strategic Analysis of Morocco's Infrastructure Sectors

Transport and Energy and Power Sectors Dominate Infrastructure Development


The strategic analysis of Morocco’s infrastructure sectors analyses the various infrastructure sectors in the country. It includes an in-depth discussion about the road, rail, airports, ports, energy and power, telecommunications, water and wastewater treatment, education, healthcare, and housing infrastructures. Within each of these infrastructure sectors, the state of current and future developments, challenges, investment opportunities, and competitive environment are assessed. Strategic conclusions drawn from this study are important elements to consider when deciding to enter the infrastructure sector market in Morocco. The base year is 2011.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary—Infrastructure OverviewExecutive Summary—Infrastructure Overview (continued)Executive Summary—Infrastructure Overview (continued)Executive Summary—Key Road Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Rail Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Airport Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Port Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Energy and Power Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Telecommunications Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Housing Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Healthcare Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—Key Education Infrastructure MetricsExecutive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveProject OverviewProject Overview—ScopeProject Overview—Scope (continued)Project Overview—MethodologyKey Questions This Study Will AnswerCountry Infrastructure OverviewHistory of DevelopmentCurrent Infrastructure OverviewCurrent Infrastructure Overview (continued)Future Infrastructure OverviewExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints— Infrastructure SectorsDrivers and RestraintsDrivers—Impact and DurationDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints—Impact and DurationRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Investment Analysis and ComparisonInvestment AnalysisInvestment Analysis (continued)Investment ComparisonInvestment Comparison (continued)Investment Comparison (continued)Roads InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsRoads Infrastructure OverviewCurrent Road InfrastructureCurrent Road Infrastructure (continued)Current Road Infrastructure ProjectsCurrent Road Infrastructure Projects (continued)Roads Infrastructure Participants—Public SectorRoads Infrastructure Participants—Private SectorRail InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsRail Infrastructure Overview Current Rail InfrastructureCurrent Rail Infrastructure (continued) Current Rail Infrastructure ProjectsFuture Rail Infrastructure ProjectsFuture Rail Infrastructure Projects (continued)Rail Infrastructure Participants—Public SectorRail Infrastructure Participants—Private SectorAirports InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsAirports Infrastructure Overview Current Airports InfrastructureCurrent Airports Infrastructure (continued)Current Airports ProjectsAirports Infrastructure Participants Ports InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsPorts Infrastructure Overview Current Ports InfrastructureCurrent Ports Infrastructure (continued)Current Ports Infrastructure ProjectsCurrent Ports Infrastructure Projects (continued)Future Ports Infrastructure ProjectsFuture Ports Infrastructure Projects (continued)Ports Infrastructure Participants—Public SectorPorts Infrastructure Participants—Private SectorEnergy and Power InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsEnergy and Power Infrastructure Overview Current Energy and Power InfrastructureCurrent Energy and Power Infrastructure (continued)Current Energy and Power Infrastructure ProjectsCurrent Energy and Power Infrastructure Projects (continued)Current Energy and Power Infrastructure Projects (continued)Current Energy and Power Infrastructure Projects (continued)Future Energy and Power Infrastructure ProjectsFuture Energy and Power Infrastructure Projects (continued)Energy and Power Infrastructure Participants—Public SectorEnergy and Power Infrastructure Participants—Private SectorTelecommunications InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsTelecommunications Infrastructure Overview Current Telecommunications InfrastructureCurrent Telecommunications Infrastructure (continued)Current Telecommunications Infrastructure (continued)Current Telecommunications Infrastructure Projects Telecommunications Infrastructure Participants—Public SectorTelecommunications Infrastructure Participants—Private SectorWater and Wastewater Treatment InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsWater and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure OverviewCurrent Water and Wastewater Treatment InfrastructureCurrent Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure (continued)Current Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure (continued)Current Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure ProjectsCurrent Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure Projects (continued)Current Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure Projects (continued)Future Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure ProjectsFuture Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure Projects (continued)Future Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure Projects (continued)Water and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure Participants—Public SectorWater and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure Participants—Private SectorWater and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure Participants—Private Sector (continued)Housing InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsHousing Sector OverviewCurrent Housing Sector InfrastructureCurrent Housing Sector Projects Housing Sector Participants—Public SectorHousing Sector Participants—Private SectorHealthcare InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsHealthcare Sector OverviewCurrent Healthcare Sector InfrastructurePast and Current Healthcare Sector ProjectsPast and Current Healthcare Sector Projects (continued)Healthcare Sector Participants Education Sector InfrastructureKey Infrastructure MetricsEducation Sector OverviewCurrent Education Sector InfrastructureCurrent Education Sector ProjectsConclusionsConclusionsConclusions (continued)Conclusions (continued)The Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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