Although civil society organizations (CSOs) have been actively participating in Morocco since the 1960s, they currently do not have a distinct tax classification and are subject to the same laws and regulations governing for-profit companies. Given that CSOs are largely non-governmental organizations and institutions, are not for-profit organizations, and are mission-driven, questions arise: should a CSO be taxed the same way as a profit-oriented company?

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