Morocco’s government has said it has launched a nationwide initiative to develop oil from the rapeseed family.
The announcement came just a day after the government announced a plan to invest in the countrys oil industry, which is expected to create 100,000 jobs.
“Moroccan oil is produced from rapeseeds, the same as in the US, Canada and Brazil, which are very valuable in the world,” said Prime Minister Hamad Kefaly.
Morocco is one of the most diverse countries in the Middle East, with more than 100 indigenous communities, the majority of which are Muslim. “
The government is making it available for use on a national level in oil production and the production of food and agricultural products, as well as for use in cosmetics.”
Morocco is one of the most diverse countries in the Middle East, with more than 100 indigenous communities, the majority of which are Muslim.
In recent years, the country has become a focus for the development of the field of olive oil, which has the potential to make up for the country’s limited production.
The government plans to spend about R2 billion (about US$2.5 million) on olive oil production over the next five years, according to Reuters.
The government says the investment will create around 5,000 new jobs.
Moroccons oil will not be used for food production, but will be used to make cosmetics, cosmetic products and even cosmetics.
Morocco is currently the world’s largest producer of rapeseed, and has about a million acres of land.
The announcement came in response to a parliamentary question from Kefala Saffa, a member of the Moroccan Legislative Council.
Saffa said the government would set up a national oil company, to produce oil from its own fields.
The oil company will be called “oil producer”, according to the government.
Morocca has been making strides in olive oil in recent years.
Last year, the government launched a national olive oil campaign, which attracted over 70,000 participants.
In 2018, the Moroccan government launched the national olive seed program, which provides subsidized seed for growers to start production.