Casablanca – The Moroccan market of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) will post a growth of 8.5% in 2015, wrote a report by the International Data Corporation (IDC).According to the report, entitled “IDC Predictions 2015: Accelerating Innovation – and Growth – on the 3 Platform” and submitted during a conference on Tuesday in Casablanca, ICT investment in Algeria’s yearly growth rate will decline in 2015 to 7.7% and Tunisia’s ICT market will stand at 5.9%. It added that the main sector that will lead investment in the region will be the telecommunications sector whose expenses will increase in Morocco with the launch of 4G, the optic fiber and investment data centers. International Data Corporation, an American market research, analysis and advisory firm, specializes in information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology.
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