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Global Participation Marks 9th Morocco International Meeting Hosted by Sorec

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Salman Khan
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Global Participation Marks 9th Morocco International Meeting Hosted by Sorec

The Anfa Racecourse in Casablanca recently played host to the 9th edition of the Morocco International Meeting, a significant gathering within the global horse racing industry. This event, facilitated by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Horse (Sorec), took place on November 18-19, with the spotlight focused on Fassery Doumbia, the Director General of PMU-Mali.

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The Morocco International Meeting is more than just a racing event; it's a platform for international collaboration, aiming to bolster the prominence of the Moroccan racing sector. This edition saw wide-ranging participation from various corners of the globe. Representatives from the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany, South Africa, Belgium, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand, Cyprus, Turkey, Sweden, Cote d’Ivoire, Italy, and France were all in attendance, marking a truly global convergence.

PMU-Mali's Growth and Influence

Doumbia's presence at the event underscored PMU-Mali's ongoing efforts to evolve into a leading model within Africa. The Malian company, which is celebrating its 29th anniversary, has shown remarkable growth within a short span. Its total balance sheet has leapfrogged from 6 billion in 2021 to a staggering 21 billion by 2022, catapulting it into the league of Mali's top ten enterprises.

The Morocco International Meeting serves as a conduit for PMU-Mali's mission to contribute to the national economy by generating savings and bolstering public treasury funds through strategic investment. This mission, coupled with the company's impressive growth, has positioned it as a significant player within the African horse racing industry. The event was further enhanced by the presence of Mohamed Haïdara, President of the Malian Federation of Equestrian Sports, who brought an additional layer of prestige to the proceedings.

The Morocco International Meeting, with its global participation and strategic alliances, continues to play a pivotal role in the advancement of the horse racing industry. Its successful conclusion marks not just a triumph for Moroccan equestrian sports but also a significant stride forward for African enterprises like PMU-Mali.

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