L'Économiste is a Moroccan business daily published in French. The paper focuses on economic and financial news. L'Économiste first appeared in 1998. The newspaper's headquarters are in Casablanca. It is the Arabic daily Assabah's sister publication, and both are owned by Ecomedias. Despite being an independent publication, it supports the government.
Le Matin is a daily francophone Moroccan newspaper owned by Saudi Arabia. It was established on November 1, 1971, as a replacement for the pro-colonial daily Le Petit Marocain, whose publisher Mas Presse was confiscated and transferred to Hassan II's cousin and minister of communication, Moulay Hafid Alaoui.
La Vie Eco (Arabic: ) is a weekly independent francophone Moroccan newspaper published in Morocco. La Vie Éco was founded in 1957. The weekly is situated in Casablanca and is published by Media Groupe Characteres, an Akwa-based media firm.
La Nouvelle Tribune is a weekly francophone Moroccan newspaper published once a week. Fahd Yata founded La Nouvelle Tribune in 1995. He is also the paper's owner and director. Impression Presse Edition is the publisher.
Morocco World News is an English-language e-newspaper based in Rabat and Washington, D.C. that provides news about Morocco and the MENA area on a variety of issues such as politics, economy, international relations, lifestyle, technology, culture, sports, and Western Sahara.
Assabah is a Moroccan Arabophone daily newspaper. Assabah was founded in 2000 and is a sister journal of L'Economiste, both of which are owned by Mohammed VI's Ecomedias. It had a circulation of 86,907 copies in 2012.