Mohammed Karim Lamrani
|Mohammed Karim Lamrani|
|Prime Minister of Morocco|
11 August 1992 – 25 May 1994
|Monarch||King Hassan II|
|Preceded by||Azzeddine Laraki|
|Succeeded by||Abdellatif Filali|
30 November 1983 – 30 September 1986
|Preceded by||Maati Bouabid|
|Succeeded by||Azzeddine Laraki|
6 August 1971 – 2 November 1972
|Preceded by||Ahmed Laraki|
|Succeeded by||Ahmed Osman|
1 May 1919 |
Lamrani served as a prime minister three times: from 6 August 1971 to 2 November 1972, then from 30 November 1983 and 30 September 1986 and lastly from 11 August 1992 to 25 May 1994. The last government he led was a caretaker government, replacing Azeddine Laraki. Lamrani also owned a phosphat company and served as an economic advisor to the Moroccan governments.
Lamrani was also a businessperson in Morocco. He created a holding (Groupe Safari), which is now run by his daughter Saida. The holding has many investments, in particular, it holds stakes in Crédit du Maroc, Socodam Davum, and SMEIA, the exclusive dealer of BMW and Land Rover in Morocco.
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- "Les cinq futures fortunes du Maroc à suivre selon Forbes". Telquel. 15 May 2014. Retrieved 15 May 2014.
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