Textile is the primary material used in many household goods in the region, and it has been one of the most important sources of income for the Muslim minority for thousands of years.
But in recent years, there have been a series of attacks on the textiles industry and it’s impact on the livelihoods of the local population has become an issue in the local elections in 2018.
The textile industry has been targeted in many attacks on its workers in recent months, and there has been concern that the attacks may be connected to the election.
In recent weeks, there has also been a rise in the number of workers who are being attacked in the factories, as well as a number of incidents of theft of the textile products, including those from other textile factories.
The government is currently trying to find a solution to address the textile industry’s problems, but the government is facing a problem: the textile companies are struggling to survive, and some of them have already begun to lose money due to the attack.
This week, the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Development announced the creation of a new government body that will be responsible for ensuring the textile workers are protected.
This body will be headed by an administrator who will be appointed by the Prime Minister, with a mandate to oversee and monitor the textile sector.
The new body will include representatives from the government, industry and local communities to identify and investigate textile workers’ grievances.
The new government will also have the power to appoint a new administrator to oversee the industry.
The ministry has set a target of setting up a new board of directors by the end of the year.
While the government has made it clear that it intends to appoint an administrator, there is still a lot of work to be done.
It will be up to the new administrator and the Ministry to ensure that the textile industries have a safe and sound environment to survive and prosper.
According to the World Bank, in 2018, the value of all the textile products exported to Morocco exceeded $2 billion, and this is expected to grow to $3.5 billion by 2021.
If these targets are not met, it could lead to an increased risk of further loss of livelihoods for the textile mills, as they rely on a large amount of international aid and are not able to provide for themselves.
A new government agency will be required to oversee this and ensure that there is an efficient, transparent and transparently run textile sector in Morocco.
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