An online report revealed that Morocco is currently the only African country that supplies the highest number of passenger cars to Europe.
According to the report on @Africafactszone, the Northern African country exported 464,864 cars worth $11 billion in 2022. Currently, in 2023, the country continues to export cars and is now Africa’s largest exporter of cars and second-largest producer of cars.
However, many say that these cars exported from Morocco to Europe are not Moroocan vehicles but are mainly European brands with factories in Morocco. From this information, it appears Morocco is competing with South Africa in the category of an African country with the highest number of foreign car plants located in the country.
Here are some of the social media reactions to the information:
@phantom_Dviperr commented: “Meanwhile Nigeria is about to defend Abuja 50% after 109 year old man trick the full nation.”
@stevelartey1 commented: “Nigeria use to have the largest car manufacturing plants in sub Saharan Africa with the Peugeout and VW plants making cars like Santana, JS et. I’m Ghanaian, schooled in Nigeria in 90’s and I miss that Nigeria.”
@oforitseno commented: “Some other “giant” is the largest producer of religious houses yet the people suffer.”