King Hicham Naciri's lawyer comes to the rescue of Autoroutes du Maroc against Finetis and the Majidi clan

Lawyer Hicham Naciri at the Casablanca stock exchange, 25 November 2015.
Lawyer Hicham Naciri at the Casablanca stock exchange, 25 November 2015. © Mohamed Drissi Kamili/Story&Brands
The ICSID arbitration tribunal is due to settle a dispute between the state agency and Finetis, which operates the fibre optic network installed along motorways. The French group has close ties to the king's private secretary, Mounir al-Majidi, and his brother, the businessman Mahdi al-Majidi. [...] (401 words)
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