last updated on: 14 December 2015

TAQA Morocco

last trade: 555 MAD (08 October 2015) 4.50


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Business Summary Provides electric power generation and transmission; civil contracting services for power plants projects; repair and maintenance of equipment. Country of Incorporation Morocco Ownership Type Publicly Listed Established In 1997 Primary Sector Power and Utilities Number of Employees 350 Stock Listing
ID Stock Type Currency Exchange Symbol
JORF.CSE Ordinary MAD Casablanca SE JORF

Stock Performance Powered by Thomson Reuters Eikon

  • 555
  • 4.50
  • 0.82%  
  • 552.1
  • 555
  • 552.1 
  • 1,717
  • 15
  • 952,415
  • MAD 13,092M

Contact details

Primary address
TAQA Morocco Building
Secondary Road 301
Moulay Abdallah Area
El Jadida

Zawya industry classifications

  • Power and Utilities
    1. Electric Utilities
      1. Electric Power Generation
        1. Fossil Fuel Power Generation (Primary Industry)
      2. Electric Power Transmission
  • Construction
    1. Construction and Design
      1. Civil Contractors
        1. Heavy Industries
  • Industrial Manufacturing
    1. Machinery and Equipment
      1. Repair and Maintenance Services

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