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Maroc Telecom opens Tour de Verre headquarters building

Sunday 23 June 2013 | 08:39 CET | News
Maroc Telecom moved into the 'Tour de Verre', its new headquarters in Rabat, on 17 June. The 23-storey glass structure inaugurated by King Mohammed VI dominates the city. The building unites all of the operator's divisions under a single roof to improve working conditions and productivity, writes the local press. Tour de Verre features the latest technologies to reduce electricity consumption, improved water management, security, and thermal and acoustic insulation. The building is reported to have cost MAD 1 billion (USD 120 million) and has a capacity of up to 800 employees. French

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Companies: Maroc Telecom
Countries: Morocco
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