Although an intense crisis affecting most of the major drivers of global economy and, weakening some paradigms hitherto viewed as essential development basics, the African continent has paradoxically recorded a sizeable and increasing growth rate over time.
Today the Kingdom of Morocco is the gateway to Africa: over 500 agreements signed by the King, Mohammed with the majority of African countries, are proof of the dynamics that the Kingdom of Morocco will want to be the partner country of excellence for foreign investors.
In view of such reality acknowledged by all international bodies, Africa is a continent full of promises and endowed with real potentials that need to be appropriately exploited in order to be among the emerging economies.
All efforts must be deployed towards preserving and stepping up this dynamic of growth as long as possible. However, it is imperious to undertake, in a radical way, some structuring and innovative measures to definitely position Africa as a real hub of global economy.
That’s why some note-worthy initiatives like the ones undertaken by the project (“unsolicited proposals”) of CESCOITALIA in the field of Public/Private Partnership, are to be quoted and supported with vigor and constancy.
Regional integration through dynamic inter-African Research Centre is an imperative.
The implementation of high value-added bio tech solutions thanks to Information and Communication Technologies backed by an efficient knowledge transfer is one of the pillars of development.
The irreversible option for good governance applies to any modern State as a mode of management of public affairs with the involvement of the civil society in all decision-making processes within an organized and dynamic Public/Private Partnership.
A renewed opening up to the outside world, strengthened by the active quest for new partners is a surety in attracting foreign investors and an assurance of the evolution and sustainability of existing development policies.