EU-Morocco Association Agreement

The EU - Morocco Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreement entered into force in 2000 and created a Free Trade Area between the EU and Morocco.


For Morocco, the rules of origin are covered in the Protocol 4, amended by Decision No 1/2011.

Negotiations for a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) between the EU and Morocco were launched on 1 March 2013.


Read about EU-Morocco trade status.

Morocco is a beneficiary country of PEM - read about it.

Regional trade helpdesk

Euromed Trade Helpdesk

Access the Euromed Trade Helpdesk to identify trade opportunities, and find information on market access, and contacts of potential partners in 10 Euromed countries (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey). Traders can use it to grow their exports and expand into additional markets.

The Euromed Trade Helpdesk is an EU-funded initiative, designed and implemented by the International Trade Centre to boost trade competitiveness of the micro, small and medium enterprises of the Euromed countries within the region and the European Union.

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