Morocco is a developing nation in North Africa that borders Algeria and Western Sahara, with an economy heavily dependent on its phosphorous production (only China and the United States produce more), with telecommunications and information technology being fast-growing sectors of the service-and-industry-driven economy. Morocco was the first North African country to install a 3G network, for instance, and most Moroccans have an Internet subscription. At the same time, though it contributes only about 14 percent of the gross domestic product, the agricultural sector employs about 40 percent of the population, tying many regions of the country to the fortunes of the weather.

Though crime in general in Morocco is fairly low, a disproportionate amount of it is related to the drug trade. Morocco is a major ...

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