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A Scandinavian investor keeps on his blacklist European groups that collaborate with the elic monopoly of the royal family “for violation of international law”

The King of Morocco, Mohamed VI

When on September 2, the Moroccan group Nareva, owned by the King of Morocco Mohamed VI and his family, formalized an important request to Siemens Gamesa, the good reception on the stock market was immediate. The Spanish company controlled by Siemens rose 2% after informing the National Securities Market Commission that Nareva and its Italian partner Enel had commissioned it to supply no less than 87 wind turbines for five years for the Boujdour wind farm, located in the south. by Marru

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