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The United States-Morocco Free Trade Agreement
The United States-Morocco Free Trade Agreement (FTA) entered into force on January 1, 2006, eliminating duties on more than 95 percent of all goods and services. In addition to key U.S. export sectors gaining immediate duty-free access to the Moroccan market, the Agreement includes commitments by Morocco for increased regulatory transparency and the protection of intellectual property rights.
On January 1, 2014, U.S. eligible exports of industrial goods received new market access as a result of Morocco fully eliminating tariffs on select products as a result of its FTA commitments. Click here for more information.
FTA Opportunity Report
The U.S.-Morocco FTA Opportunity Report summarizes the key market access outcomes of the agreement (covering industrial goods, textiles, services and government procurement). This information is meshed with insight from ITA’s industry specialists and the results Manufacturing and Services’ best prospects analysis.
Select from the links below to view reports profiling the current trade and tariff environment between the United States and Morocco, and the sector-specific market access results of the U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement.
- Industrial Goods Summary Report
- Aircraft and Related Parts
- Building Products
- Capital Goods
- Consumer Goods
- Electronics and Instrumentation
- Ferrous Ores and Metals
- Footwear, Leather and Leather Goods
- Lumber and Wood
- Non-Ferrous Ores and Metals
- Transportation Equipment