HRH Prince Moulay Rachid highlights role of agricultural markets
Meknes, April 19, 2007 --- His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid, the heir to the Moroccan throne, carried on his efforts to showcase Moroccan Agriculture as he overseen the opening of the second International Agricultural Fair.
The business savvy royal - who impressively represents Morocco on issues across the full range of measures to enhance agricultural development, trade and food security goals - fosters close ties and cooperation with international public to ensure bringing the farming industry and rural community together.
Seeks to enhance market access for Moroccan agriculture, His Royal Highness elongates his activities after the opening ceremony and takes the opportunity to network with the national and international agricultural actors.
On this note - the sophisticated royal who looked every inch of classiness - hosted a dinner to connect the agriculture intertwine business interests of producers in these lines of business and the industry.
Morocco’s International Agricultural Fair contributes to the development of agriculture, facilitates knowledge-sharing among agricultural actors on new technological and technique developments in the production of agricultural products, provides a forum for agricultural operators from different regions of the country to showcase their products and network with national and foreign actors representing different value chains. International Agricultural Fair is being held from April 19th to 27th 2007.