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Morocco’s external position better than rest of N. Africa

Morocco has been hit hard by the spillovers from the war in Ukraine and, while its external strains aren’t anywhere near as sever as those in Egypt and Tunisia, we think the authorities will need to resume their shift to a more flexible exchange rate regime, as well as keep fiscal and monetary policy tight.

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