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Morocco Wants Deeper Relationship with Brazil

“Our intention should not be to simply buy or sell, but to establish trustful partnerships so that we can grow together.” The statement was made on Friday, November 26, at the opening of the business meeting between entrepreneurs from Brazil and Morocco by Mourad Cherif.

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  • AB

    There is no visa needed for Moroccans going to Brazil

  • Guest

    owner
    i m moroccan

    i love brazil i do like brazilien we loock almost same people

    to keep nice relation betwen morocco and brazil

    we needs visa for bouth countrys we shoud not give bad people
    ocasion to destroy the relation them
    thank

  • Guest

    BUSINESS IN BRAZIL
    I WANT TO NOW IF THE MOROCCAN VISITORS NEED a VISA TO SURRENDER TO BRAZIL OR NOT?
    thank you

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