The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) ranked Morocco 95th out of 152 countries assessed in the index 2020 of e-commerce between businesses and consumers.
At the continental level, Morocco is in 9th place, while Mauritius is ranked at the African summit. The Kingdom is preceded by Tunisia (77th) and Lebanon (64). Globally, the ranking is led by Switzerland and the Netherlands.
Even more, the Kingdom is positioned in 74th place in the sub-index relating to the share of the population using the internet, 29th in the share of people with an account with a financial institution or a service provider. mobile money services, 49th in the capacity to access secure Internet servers, 27th in the reliability score of postal services and infrastructure.
This ranking is based in particular on access to secure servers for the Internet, the reliability of infrastructure and postal services, and the proportion of the population that has activated a digital account with a financial institution.
Last October, UNCTAD noted that world trade rebounded slightly in the third quarter, but it remained negative except for China, while the decline would be 3% in the fourth quarter (against 5% in the third quarter) compared to the same period last year.