Morocco reports 14 percent increase in tourist arrivals in Jan-June

RABAT: The number of tourists who visited Morocco in the first six months of this year rose to 7.4 million, a 14 percent increase over the same period last year, Morocco’s tourism ministry said on Wednesday. Last year, the country welcomed a record 14.5 million tourists. It expects to attract 17.5 million tourists in 2026 and 26 million by 2030, when Morocco co-hosts the World Cup with Spain and Portugal, according to official figures. Tourism accounts for 7 percent of Morocco’s gross domestic product and is a key source of foreign exchange.

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