Corruption's stranglehold on the Moroccan economy

Karim Tazi is Morocco’s most outspoken businessman - a rare example of someone prepared to challenge vested interests on issues ranging from corruption to human rights and democracy. He spoke to Heba Saleh, FT North Africa correspondent, at his headquarters in Casablanca, about his hopes for change

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