Morocco: Insurance against extreme weather

Morocco: Insurance against extreme weather

90 percent of Morocco's agricultural exports come from Souss-Massa. But many businesses here are struggling with the effects of climate change. They're taking out insurance to protect themselves against the consequences of extreme weather.
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