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English speaking in Morocco on the increase

9 September 2013 Last updated at 11:45 BST

Despite being independent from France for almost 50 years, French is still widely spoken in Morocco - it's the country's second official language behind Arabic,

But with international companies demanding English speaking workers and a large youth population exposed to Western films and pop music is the appeal of speaking French waning?

Nora Fakim reports.

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