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1 1 Strictly Private & Confidential

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3 3 AGHADIR-2015

4 Resources 4

5 Aghadir 5 Agadir is known for three events that made history, Crisis of 1911; which lead to French occupation of Morocco, Earthquake of 1960, and the Agreement for of a Free Trade Zone between the Arabic Mediterranean Nations in 2004 In 1505 the Portuguese established a trading post named Santa Cruz do Cabo de Gué, under a governor. In 1541, the city came under Wattasid control and in 1572 a stronghold was built on the top of the hill overlooking the bay, the Kasbah. Aghadir became prosperous for two centuries. But in 1731, the town was completely destroyed by an earthquake. [ [ In 1505 the Portuguese established a trading post named Santa Cruz do Cabo de Gué, under a governor. In 1541, the city came under Wattasid control and in 1572 a stronghold was built on the top of the hill overlooking the bay, the Kasbah. Aghadir became prosperous for two centuries. But in 1731, the town was completely destroyed by an earthquake. [ [ Aghadir is not a typical city of traditional Morocco, but it is a modern, busy and dynamic town. It is a distinct distention and luxurious residence Wikipedia

6 Aghadir Statistics 6 Regional Economic Indicators Total Population: 4,443,958 Gross Domestic Production: $ 5.4 billion GDP per Capita: 1,215 USD Economic Indicators (Inaccurate yet Indicative): Agriculture: 27.5% Manufacturing industry: 4.25% Tourism: 9.5% Commerce: 27.5% Others: 31.25% Air Passengers: 1,100,000 Cargo & Forwarding 2,300,000 Tones Tourists: 500,000 (2003) Hotels and restaurants: Hotel Nights: 3,000,000 (2003) Regional Economic Indicators Total Population: 4,443,958 Gross Domestic Production: $ 5.4 billion GDP per Capita: 1,215 USD Economic Indicators (Inaccurate yet Indicative): Agriculture: 27.5% Manufacturing industry: 4.25% Tourism: 9.5% Commerce: 27.5% Others: 31.25% Air Passengers: 1,100,000 Cargo & Forwarding 2,300,000 Tones Tourists: 500,000 (2003) Hotels and restaurants: Hotel Nights: 3,000,000 (2003) Aghadir Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Service Approximate current rate is 9 DH for 1 $ and 11 DH for 1

7 Current Aghadir 7 Surfing Resorts Rural Tours Atlantic Beaches Cultural Tour en-Route Tour

8 A New Hub 8 Lead & Drive Moroccan Development Southwards

9 Aghadir-F1 9 Aghadir-F1SchemeAghadir-F1Scheme Global National Local Contribution to an Intl Phenomenon Direct Economic Development Catalyst for Southern Development Mediator for Development Support Human Development & Employment Media & Economic Evolution Catalyst for Political Planning Innovative Economic Solutions Opportunities for Social Upgrade

10 Associated Developments 10 Public Theme Urban Development Attract investments & Enterprises Tourism Empower Budget & Low Cost Tourism Transportation Develop Transit Systems and Hubs Macro-Infrastructure Create New Jobs & Businesses Create Local Fests & New Business Core

11 Circuits & Craftsmanship 11 National Auto Series Local & Regional Attractions City, Open & Public Circuits Technical & Vocational Schools Boost Local Craftsmanship Boost Tourism Housing & Facilities Media Focus & Celebration

12 Concessions of F! 12 Aghadir F1 Championship Aghadir F1 Championship FIA F1 Group FIA F1 Group Aghadir Development Fund Aghadir Development Fund International Commercial Rights Local Commercial Rights Ethraa Group

13 Consortium Formation 13 Government of Morocco Aghadir F1 Championship Aghadir F1 Championship Caisse Centrale de Garantie Sovereign Wealth Funds SWFs Sovereign Wealth Funds SWFs Private Investors PI Private Investors PI Ministry of Tourism MOT Ministry of Tourism MOT Aghadir Chamber CCIS Aghadir Chamber CCIS Investment Bank IB Investment Bank IB Southern Development Anchors Southern Development Anchors

14 Investments 14 The Master Plan Aghadir 2015 Physical Infrastructure Projects Urban & Transportation Hub Economic Infrastructure Projects Aghadir F1 Championship

15 Our Approach 15 KYC & Due Diligence KYC & Due Diligence InitiationsImplementationFormationOperations Development of Master Plan Development of Master Plan Investment Modeling Delivery of Products Delivery of Products Close out & Exit Close out & Exit Integrated Operations Control Center Sustainability & CSR Monitoring Sustainability & CSR Monitoring Investment & Management Consortiums Investment & Management Consortiums Commercials & Concessions SPVs Project C Project E Project A Project B Project D Develop Proposals

16 Our Service 16 Planning & Development Advisory Conferences Planning & Management Surveys & Data Cultivation Project & Development Management Consortiums Formation & Management Scope, Deliverables & Products Definitions Governance, Due-Diligence & Quality Framework CSR & Sustainability Implementation Plans

17 Our Numerations 17 Consortium Management Fees Independent Singular Assignment Fees Project & Development Management Fees Contracted Deliverables Contracted Scope of Work Contracted Terms of Payment Deductions & Clients Obligations

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