Reports: Morocco bans plastic bags

Michael Holder
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Reports: Morocco bans plastic bags

Country is world's second largest consumer of plastic bags after US, reports Al Jazeera.

Morocco has banned the production and use of plastic bags, with many shops and street sellers across the country having reportedly stocked-up last week ahead of the legislation coming into force on July...

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