Fairfax, VA (May 16, 2017) — This Friday, ENODO Global’s President introduces Social Risk impacts on investing in Morocco during a panel discussion at the second annual CEO Small Business Summit.
Jim will introduce findings from a recent ENODO report that illustrate the relationship between Security, Social Risk, and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Morocco. The study uncovered how external and internal security challenges are compounded by underlying social tensions across otherwise disparate subsets of the population.
“The 2011 constitutional reforms enacted by King Mohammad VI have failed to effectively reduce corruption or poverty, or to improve human rights, government effectiveness, rule of law, and business investments,” stated Jim Sisco. “They temporarily defused social unrest but have failed to address underlying social tensions that continue to manifest across Moroccan society.” These social tensions create instability that negatively impacts economic development and Foreign Direct Investment.
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