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He noted that the total cost of project, thoroughly funded by the KFAED, is estimated at Moroccan Dirham (MAD) 4.
Not ones to let those Moroccan Dirhams slip through the box office cracks, Fox Studios and Ridley got together to edit out the section that had the North African country all wound up.
F told the victim to keep in touch with an unidentified woman in Morocco who asked her to sign a 10-million Moroccan dirham trust receipt saying that it was a debt contract.
A rail line, attached to the airport, enabled us to conveniently take the train to Fes, a four-hour ride and the first-class fare for the three of us was 660 Moroccan dirhams, a mere BD32.
It is to be noted that tourism plays a key role in the Moroccan economy, earning a revenue of 59 billion Moroccan Dirham (around $8bn) in 2013.
4 Moroccan dirhams per share paid by Maroc Telecom to the French company.
The purchase price for the 53 per cent holding, at 100 Moroccan dirhams a share in cash, includes a Dh7.
The formation of a joint investment company with a capital of 800 million Moroccan dirhams is another vital achievement, he said.