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U.S.-MOROCCO NEGOTIATIONS TO BE BASED SOLELY ON U.S. PROPOSALS

February 28, 2003 at 5:00 AM
The U.S. will table negotiating proposals prior to the next round of talks on the U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement for all negotiating groups, which will serve as the basis of work for both the U.S. and Morocco. Morocco does not plan to offer separate proposals, and will use the U.S. proposals as the basis for the negotiations, according to Mohammed Ariad, economic counselor at the Moroccan Embassy in Washington. In remarks in Washington Feb. 26, he said Morocco would make...


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