''Morocco must revisit its development model of the past 15 years,'' CMC President Habib El Malki said. Fractionalized development and liberalization are giving signs of throttling the economy, El Malki said, suggesting a new model to bring growth with social cohesion.
''We must lay the foundation for a new, more inclusive model that will increase the internal market and demand, and make public investments more productive and efficient,'' El Malki said. He also called for a more equal taxation system, that would fuel the middle class, and for a more coherent development strategy in health care, housing, education, and work.
Keeping the eurozone crisis in mind, and if weather conditions improve, next year's GDP should increase by 4.1%, the CMC said.