Multi-Actors’ Stakes and Strategies: Tangier Med Free Zones Group’s Case



Morocco launched the Tangier Med Free Zone Group (FZG), within the framework of the National Pact for Industrial Emergence (PNEI) in 2008, intending to boost investments, create jobs, further opening up its exchange system and rolling out a Moroccan strategy for businesses, industrial, logistics and services activities. This study aims to examine the implication of stakeholders in the Tangier Med FZG using the MACTOR method (Godet 2001), through the identification of their influence, their role, and the relationships between them, the balance of power and the position of the actors to the objectives set. The application of the MACTOR method has identified the Tangier Med FZG Management Departments and the Departments of Control as the most influential players and recognized a strong mobilization of stakeholders for the objectives related to economic issues. The conclusions point to the need to strengthen the partnership between Tangier Med FZG actors linked with the strategic objectives of this group.

Keywords: Tangier med free zones group, Mactor method, Actor games, Assessments stakes.

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/11-23-10

Publication date: August 31st 2019


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