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Raja Club Athletic; Raja Casablanca is a Moroccan soccer club founded in 1949, located in Darbeyda, and is one of the most famous soccer clubs in Morocco.

Attijariwafa Bank, Morocco's leading banking company, the third largest banking group in Africa and part of King Mohammed VI's shareholding company SNI, is headquartered in Casablanca, a port city in northwestern Morocco; it was ranked 1064th in the 2014 Global Business 2000. The company is ranked 1064th in the 2014 Global 2000.

Laraki (Laraki Automobiles s.a., Laraki) is a Moroccan supercar manufacturer, the only supercar manufacturer in North Africa, founded in 1999. Moroccan Football The Federation was founded in 1955 and is the national body that governs soccer. Its official website includes the introduction of the federation, national teams, matches, amateur soccer, etc.

Morocco was the first team to advance directly to the World Cup finals week (Mexico World Cup 1970) of the African team, is also the first to win the World Cup finals week (Mexico World Cup 1986) the first place in the division of the African team, overwhelming Portugal, Poland and England, in the second round of elimination only to 0-1 loss in the final runner-up West Germany. And in the 1998 World Cup in France only two minutes short of qualifying for the second round, but the final group match Norway in the end of the game with Fiore's goal and a goal twelve yards to beat Brazil, over Morocco to get the second place in the group to qualify.

The University of al-Qarawiyyin is an Islamic university in Morocco, located in Fez, founded in 859, is one of the oldest universities in the world and is recognized as the oldest degree-granting university.

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