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THE ECONOMY - TRADE

UAE non-oil trade rises to Dh412 billion in 7 months

Posted on 07/10/2010

Preliminary statistical data of the FAC confirmed an 8 % total growth of UAE non-oil foreign trade volume by the end of 2010 compared to the same period in 2009. According to preliminary statistical data of the FCA, the total volume of non-oil foreign trade of the State increased during that period, from Dh381.546 b in the first seven months of 2009 to Dh411.951 b in the same period in 2010, with an increase value of Dh30.405 billion. FCA said in a press statement yesterday that preliminary ...  >>MORE

UAE-China trade ties expected to remain strong in coming years, shows Dubai Chamber analysis

Posted on 05/10/2010

The UAE and China have developed a significant trading relationship over the years with both economies going through a fast economic development stage, according to a recently released analysis by Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI). Total trade reached US$119.4bn between 1999 and 2009 and the UAE has expressed keen interest in strengthening the relationship by diversifying ties with the booming Chinese economy by investing in areas such as finance, real estate and construction. ...  >>MORE

Dubai direct trade exchange with the world registers 17.2% growth

Posted on 05/10/2010

Dubai direct trade exchange with the world grew by 17.2% during the first seven months of 2010 reaching Dh328 billion as compared with Dh279 billion in the same period of 2009. Ahmed Butti Ahmed, Executive Chairman of Ports, Customs and Free Zones and Dubai Customs Director General stated that the indicators of Dubai trade with the external world, which include exporting, importing and re-exporting, recorded positive and promising rates from January to July 2010. He said that the statistics ...  >>MORE

UAE and US are reliable allies, with shared security and economic interests, Sheikha Lubna

Posted on 04/10/2010

The UAE and the US are reliable allies, with shared security and economic interests, Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, the UAE Minister of Foreign Trade, said. 'This is due to the fact that the UAE is a source of stability, tolerance, innovation, and growth in the Arabian Gulf and around the globe,' Sheikha Lubna said in a keynote remarks at a reception in the Emirates Palace Hotel organised by AmCham Abu Dhabi, the National Defence Industrial Association, and the US-UAE Business Council, and ...  >>MORE

Lubna Al Qasimi meets Baroness Symons

Posted on 04/10/2010

Minister of Foreign Trade Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi and the Member of Britain's House of Lords Baroness Symons reviewed in Abu Dhabi yesterday close relations between UAE and UK and discussed ways of strengthening them in the fields of trade and investment. At a meeting held at the ministry, they also stressed the need to intensify communication between the private sector in both countries and set up joint ventures benefitting from the opportunities available in the UAE. – Emirates ...  >>MORE

Lubna meets Australian minister

Posted on 03/10/2010

Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, discussed yesterday with the visiting Australian Deputy Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Paul Grigson, latest developments in negotiations for the GCC-Australia free trade agreement and in the world economy. Sheikha Lubna said the UAE was keen to further boost its relations with Australia in areas of investment and technology. The Australian minister expressed his country's desire to bolster cooperation and ...  >>MORE

Lubna calls Gartner to expand its base in UAE market

Posted on 29/09/2010

Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, called yesterday on the Gartner Inc., the world's leading information technology research and advisory company, to expand its operations in the UAE market and cultivate business relations with the government information technology, telecommunication and aviation companies to advance the e-government concept. 'The information and communication technology (ICT) and telecommunication sector is one of the key factors towards ...  >>MORE

Lubna Al Qasimi discusses trade and investment with Russian delegation

Posted on 29/09/2010

Minister of Foreign Trade Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi met yesterday with a delegation from the Russian-Emirates Business Council led by the Chairman of the Russian side in the Council Igor Nuyaksov. At the meeting held at the ministry headquarters in Abu Dhabi they discussed opportunities for trade and investment cooperation between the two countries and means of enhancing communication between companies and the business community on both sides The two sides also discussed areas of ...  >>MORE

UAE signs initial agreement with Bangladesh for investment protection and promotion

Posted on 23/09/2010

Ministry of Finance (MoF) announced yesterday that the UAE has signed an initial agreement with the Republic of Bangladesh for investment protection and promotion. The agreement is part of MoF efforts to improve financial relations with other countries and was signed by Khalid Ali Al Bustani, Executive Director of International Financial Relations Sector at MoF, on behalf of UAE, and Ms. Ovruza Khan, Deputy Secretary in the Bangladesh Ministry of Industry in the presence Younis Haji Al ...  >>MORE

UAE trade with non-Arab Africa hits Dh204 billion

Posted on 19/09/2010

The UAE's foreign trade with six non-Arab African countries reached Dh204.14 billion in 2009 with South African witnessed huge drop in trade, according to statistics from the Ministry of Foreign Trade. Though the value of trade between the UAE and African countries declined last year, the report projected increase in trade following recovery on global economy. The six non-Arab countries are Angola, Kenya, Nigeria, Ethiopia, South Africa and Tanzania. The UAE's total trade in 2009 climbed ...  >>MORE

UAE ranks 1st rice global re-exporter over past 5 years

Posted on 16/09/2010

A recent study conducted by the Ministry of Foreign Trade revealed that the UAE has been the top global re-exporter of rice over the past 5 years (2005 - 2009). The study, which was conducted by Abdel Hameed Radwan, an Economic Specialist at the Ministry's Analysis and Information Department, and supervised by Dr. Mohammed Mattar, the department's director, revealed that the UAE's share of global rice re-exports stood at 93%, underlining the country's strategic importance in the global rice ...  >>MORE

Global economic recovery reports are encouraging, UAE Foreign Trade Ministry

Posted on 15/09/2010

The announcements from World Trade Organisation (WTO) indicating a 25 percent growth in international trade during the first half of 2010 in comparison with the same period last year, is encouraging Ministry of Foreign Trade said yesterday. Juma Mohammad Al Kait, the Executive Director of Foreign Trade Affairs at the Ministry, said that these positive indicators confirm the ongoing recovery and upward slope being witnessed in international trade since the first quarter of this year, adding ...  >>MORE

Dubai Chamber set to implement ATA Carnet in the country

Posted on 15/09/2010

After the UAE issued a decree approving the joining of the Istanbul Convention on Monday, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has announced its readiness in implementing the ATA Carnet system in the country which will allow the temporary admission of merchandise and goods by the end of the year. As the National Guaranteeing and Issuing Agency for ATA Carnet in the UAE, the Chamber further announced its organising of the third ATA Carnet system workshop in the span of a year in ...  >>MORE

UAE-Kazakhstan trade exchange set to grow to US$ 300 million in 2010: Envoy

Posted on 05/09/2010

Trade exchange between the UAE and Kazakhstan is projected to rise to US$ 300 million this year from 197 million in last year, Askar Mussinov, Kazakhstan Ambassador to the UAE, said. Mussinov said bilateral relations were bracing to scale new heights of progress and integration driven by the firm determination of the leaderships in the two friendly countries. 'The bonds between the UAE and Kazakhstan will see more progress in areas of economy and trade as the two countries will tap the ...  >>MORE

UAE outpaces GCC states in exports to Saudi Arabia

Posted on 05/09/2010

Riyadh - UAE exports to Saudi Arabia in June 2010 surpassed SR 1 billion while Saudi exports of national origin to the UAE valued at SR 961 million, according to official figures. The Central Department of Statistics '&' Information said in a report Saudi-made non-oil exports to member states of the Arabian Gulf Cooperation Council rose SR 20 million in June 2010 to about SR 2 billion while its imports surged SR 54 million from these countries stood at SR 1.7 billion. Kuwait took the second ...  >>MORE

UAE achieves a surplus of Dh2.2billion in its trade balance with India

Posted on 05/09/2010

A report released by the Ministry of Foreign Trade on the commercial and investment ties between the UAE and India, has revealed a positive shift from a deficit during the first quarter of 2009 worth around Dirhams 7.3 billion (Approximately US$1.97 billion) to a surplus in the UAE's favour during the first quarter of 2010 worth Dh2.2 billion or around US$599 million. The report, which was conducted by the Analysis and Trade Information Department at the Ministry, attributed this positive ...  >>MORE

Foreign Trade Ministry is working on innovative strategy to enhance UAE trade globally, Sheikha Lubna

Posted on 02/09/2010

Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, has said that ministry is working on realistic policies and innovative models to enhance UAE trade globally in tandem with government vision and its developmental strategy. During her annual Ramadan meeting with employees of the ministry, Sheikha Lubna said that the ministry relies on new methodologies and sophisticated and modern tools to deal with strategies to develop the components of the state's foreign trade, increase national exports ...  >>MORE

Micro--macroeconomic indicators are vibrant: Lubna

Posted on 01/09/2010

Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, stressed the vibrancy and firmness of macro and micro economic indicators for non-oil sectors. 'These non-oil sectors are making positive growth rates that increase their contribution to the gross domestic product (GDP) under the government economic diversification strategy, Sheikha Lubna said during a meeting with a delegation from Stern School of Business, New York University Abu Dhabi. Sheikha Lubna said the UAE was enjoying ...  >>MORE

Dubai’s non-oil trade rises 18% in first half

Posted on 31/08/2010

Dubai's non-oil trade soared 18 per cent in the first half that shows excellent performance of the sector, Dubai Chamber Director-General Eng Hamad Buamim said. The first half non-oil trade recorded at Dh279 billion, compared to Dh237 billion over the same period last year. "The export figures of recent times and sectoral performances are best indicators to sum up the trend that shows encouraging figures from our members' export and re-export activities,” Buamim said in his welcome address ...  >>MORE

Lubna Al Qasimi: The UAE possesses strong abilities to develop economic growth and boost its global commercial standing

Posted on 26/08/2010

Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, has underlined the UAE's strong ability to develop the economy and continue to support different economic sectors and strengthen its advanced commercial standing across the globe. Sheikha Lubna said that that the success of the government's strategy of nurturing an open economy, promoting a free market, and guaranteeing fair competition has allowed the UAE economy to remain as one of the top economies of the Middle East amidst the ...  >>MORE

The UAE buys American

Posted on 26/08/2010

American exports to the UAE this year could top US$22.2 billion, nearly double the US$12.1 billion figure recorded last year, according to projections by the National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce. If the forecast plays out, it will cement the UAE's ranking as the fastest-growing global destination for American exports. From US$3.6 billion in US exports in 2002 to more than US$12 billion in 2009, the UAE enjoyed a 237 per cent growth in exports by last year, a leading American academic said. ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Foreign Trade issues the UAE Trade Policy Review

Posted on 22/08/2010

The Trade Policies Department of the Ministry of Foreign Trade has issued the '2010 UAE Trade Policy Review', through which it monitored the UAE's trade policy status within the framework of executing the government's strategic visions, goals, and outlook that aim at achieving the highest levels of comprehensive and sustainable economic development. The review also presents a detailed analysis of the UAE's foreign trade-related economic climate developments for the period starting from the ...  >>MORE

Dubai trades exchanges reached Dh279.2 billion in H1

Posted on 22/08/2010

Non- oil trade values exchange between Dubai and outside worlds amount up by 18% during the first half of the current year 2010, recording more than 279.2 billion dirham relatively compared to 237.6 billion dirham over the same period of last year 2009. Ahmed Butti Ahmed, the Executive Chairman of Dubai Ports, Customs and Free Zone, the Director General of Dubai Customs, emphasised that the statistical data issued by Dubai Customs Statistics Department has proved positive indications for the ...  >>MORE

Dubai trade with GCC countries rise by 10% reaching Dh11 billion

Posted on 22/08/2010

Dubai trade exchange with the GCC countries grew an average rate of 10% during the first half of 2010 reaching Dh11 billion as compared to Dh10 billion of the same period last year. Ahmed Butti Ahmed, Executive Chairman of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation and Dubai Customs Director General stated that the Statistics issued by the Statistics Department at Dubai Customs revealed that the re-exports with the GCC amounted to Dh4.8 billion by the end of the first half of 2010 while exports ...  >>MORE

Dubai Chamber launches Commercial Directory 2010-2011

Posted on 21/08/2010

Dubai Chamber of Commerce '&' Industry (DCCI) has launched the 22nd issue of its Commercial Directory 2010-2011. Published separately in Arabic and English and in CD format, the directory with its comprehensive contact details of a large number of companies is considered a strong trading tool for all businesses and consumers locally, regionally and internationally. The new version of the directory lists all types of active businesses operating in Dubai and registered with Dubai Chamber in ...  >>MORE

UAE transfers Dh591 million as customs tariff to GCC

Posted on 19/08/2010

The UAE Federal Customs Authority (FCA) has transferred Dh 591 million to other GCC countries in the first half of the current year. The amount of money represents the value of customs tariff levied on goods that entered those countries via customs outlets in the UAE, the FCA said yesterday, adding that this brings to about Dh 3.315 billion the total of customs duties transferred by the authority over the period January 1, 2003 until the end of September 2009 according to the GCC clearance ...  >>MORE

Export Assistance Program to give 33% financial support to UAE exporters

Posted on 16/08/2010

UAE-based small and medium enterprises (SMEs) availing the newly launched Export Assistance Program (EAP) can receive up to 33% of financial support relating to their approved expenses concerning export activities as explained in a series of briefing sessions rolled out by Dubai Export Development Corporation (EDC), an agency of the Government of Dubai's Department of Economic Development (DED). Providing a detailed insight about the EAP, the sessions discussed the general policies and ...  >>MORE

Dubai Chamber members' exports rise 14% in first half of the year

Posted on 09/08/2010

Dubai Chamber members' exports and re-exports continue to show consistent signs of improvement for the first six months of the year with a marked increase of 13.7% compared to the same period in 2009. Their total exports and re-exports in the first two quarters of 2010 stood at Dhs103.2bn according to Dubai Chamber's half yearly report. Dubai Chamber figures reveal that March registered the largest proportion in the volume of exports, amounting to Dhs18.7bn while January recorded the lowest ...  >>MORE

DP World '&' US-UAE business council discuss enhanced trade opportunities

Posted on 02/08/2010

A high-level delegation representing the US-UAE Business Council recently visited DP World for talks exploring new business opportunities and initiatives to continue building on long-term relationships between both parties. The visitors, accompanied by officials from the US diplomatic missions in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, were welcomed at Jebel Ali Port by Mohammed Ali Ahmed, Director of Strategic Planning and Business Support DP World, UAE Region, and Tariq Bin Khalifa, Director, Account ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Chamber urges private sector to reinforce trade ties with China

Posted on 01/08/2010

The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) urged the emirate's private sector to strengthen bilateral trade relations with China and explore investment opportunities, during a meeting with a special Chinese trade delegation from the industrial city of Wenling. The meeting is part of the local chamber's strategic thrust to aid the development of Sharjah's business sector and attract more foreign investment opportunities into the area. During the visit, the SCCI made a comprehensive ...  >>MORE

New customs plan to boost trade

Posted on 29/07/2010

The UAE is poised to become the first Gulf nation to join a growing list of members of the ATA Carnet system which allows goods to be imported temporarily without payment of customs duties or taxes. Businesses in the UAE will be able to import their goods from more than 60 countries for up to a year once they acquire what's known as a ‘merchandise passport' or ATA Carnet (Admission Temporaire/Temporary Admission). The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been appointed by the Federal ...  >>MORE

UAE is 30th largest capital exporter: UN

Posted on 28/07/2010

The UAE has pumped in excess of US$53 billion into foreign markets over the past two decades to emerge as the largest Arab capital exporter and the 30th in the world, according to a United Nations group. The UAE was outstripped only by developed countries as it was ahead of most capital exporters in the developing nations, recording the largest outflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Arab region. Figures by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) showed FDI channelled ...  >>MORE

UAE non-oil trade rises to Dh59.6 billion in May 2010

Posted on 26/07/2010

The primary statistical data of the Federal Customs Authority confirmed the growth of non-oil trade volume of the UAE with a rate of 14% by the end of May 2010 compared with the same period in 2009, as the total trade volume rises from 52.075 billion Dirhams in last May to 59.604 billion Dirhams in May this year. The Federal Customs Authority stated in a press release yesterday that the primary statistical data showed a growth in the country's exports of non-oil products to the outside world ...  >>MORE

Dubai's global trade grows 16%

Posted on 19/07/2010

Dubai has registered a growth of 16 per cent in non-oil international trade in the first five months of 2010, according to the statistics provided by Dubai Customs. The trade amounted to Dh228.2 billion during the first five months of the current year as compared to Dh197bn in the same period last year. The data issued by the Statistics department at Dubai Customs indicated a rise in the value of Dubai exports by almost 12 per cent reaching Dh145.6bn over the first five months this year ...  >>MORE

Dubai Chamber members' June exports hit Dh18 billion

Posted on 13/07/2010

A Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry study on its members' exports for June valued at Dh18,010billion thus showing a clear 3% rise over the May exports. The number of exporters also went up by 49 to 4,863 while the Certificates of Origin (COs) issued by the Chamber to its members in June 2010 indicated a continued rally, posting a 3% month-on-month growth to a total of 57,306 certificates. Figures show that year-on-year growth was also positive, with June 2009 exports slightly lower at ...  >>MORE

MoFT releases an analytical study of the Geographic Distribution of Commerce in the UAE 2005 - 2009

Posted on 12/07/2010

The UAE is considered one of the world's most commercially open countries where the percentage of non-oil foreign trade in relation to GDP reached 73% in 2009, indicating the degree by which the UAE's economy is interlinked with the world's economies through its numerous commercial ties, and affirming the important role the UAE can play in the commercial and economic world order, a Ministry of Foreign Trade study says. The Ministry of Foreign Trade has issued an analytical study of the UAE's ...  >>MORE

UAE strengthened its regional and international position with regards to foreign trade, Sheikha Lubna

Posted on 07/07/2010

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is targeting investment in the real economy in a two-fold bid to improve the standard of living for its people and support the ongoing diversification process, Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi, the Minister for Foreign Trade said. Speaking exclusively to Oxford Business Group (OBG), the global publishing, research and consultancy firm, Sheikha Lubna said that the decision to place the emphasis on goods, resources and services rather than on the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Statistics: Re-exports grow 43.4 per cent during Q1 2010

Posted on 06/07/2010

Statistics Centre - Abu Dhabi (SCAD) quarterly bulletin on foreign trade through the ports of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi during the first quarter of 2010 showed an impressive 43.4 per cent surge in re-exports in addition to an increase of 4.1 per cent in non-oil exports over the same period. According to the bulletin issued yesterday, imports made up 83.1 per cent of Abu Dhabi's foreign trade by value during Q1 2010. SCAD released this report to present quarterly analysis of the emirate's ...  >>MORE

The UAE achieves synergy between economic growth, environment: Lubna Al Qasimi

Posted on 30/06/2010

Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, the Minister of Foreign Trade, has affirmed that the United Arab Emirates presents an advanced development model, on a global scale, in achieving synergy between developing economic capacity, boosting commercial exchange, energy utilisation, and respecting and preserving environmental principles. Her comments were part of a book that was published recently by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Centre for Trade and Economic Integration ...  >>MORE

UAE's non-oil trade up 7% to Dh 56 billion in April

Posted on 30/06/2010

The UAE's non-oil foreign trade grew by 7 percent by the end of April 2010 to Dh 56.04 billion as compared to Dh 52.34 billion, preliminary statistics released by the Federal Customs Authority (FCA) showed. 'Non-oil exports saw a 42 per cent rise to Dh 6.45 billion in April 2010 from Dh 4.55 billion in same month last year. Re-exports surged 12 per cent to Dh 12.31 billion from Dh 10.95 billion while imports rose slightly by 1 per cent to Dh 37.3 billion from Dh 36.84 billion for the same ...  >>MORE

UAE is boosting its economic achievements through economic diversification, Lubna Al Qasimi

Posted on 23/06/2010

Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade, has said that United Arab Emirates is working to enhance its successful economic experiences through expanding the base of economic diversification. She noted during her meeting with officials from Trade Development Alliance in Greater Seattle [which is an alliance of a number of cities, corporations, and unions in the Greater Seattle Area] at the end of her tour of a number of U.S. states that UAE has succeeded in strategically ...  >>MORE

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UAE non-oil trade rises to Dh412 billion in 7 months


UAE-China trade ties expected to remain strong in coming years, shows Dubai Chamber analysis


Dubai direct trade exchange with the world registers 17.2% growth


UAE and US are reliable allies, with shared security and economic interests, Sheikha Lubna


Lubna Al Qasimi meets Baroness Symons


Lubna meets Australian minister


Lubna calls Gartner to expand its base in UAE market


Lubna Al Qasimi discusses trade and investment with Russian delegation


UAE signs initial agreement with Bangladesh for investment protection and promotion


UAE trade with non-Arab Africa hits Dh204 billion


UAE ranks 1st rice global re-exporter over past 5 years


Global economic recovery reports are encouraging, UAE Foreign Trade Ministry


Dubai Chamber set to implement ATA Carnet in the country


UAE-Kazakhstan trade exchange set to grow to US$ 300 million in 2010: Envoy


UAE outpaces GCC states in exports to Saudi Arabia


UAE achieves a surplus of Dh2.2billion in its trade balance with India


Foreign Trade Ministry is working on innovative strategy to enhance UAE trade globally, Sheikha Lubna


Micro--macroeconomic indicators are vibrant: Lubna


Dubai’s non-oil trade rises 18% in first half


Lubna Al Qasimi: The UAE possesses strong abilities to develop economic growth and boost its global commercial standing


The UAE buys American


Ministry of Foreign Trade issues the UAE Trade Policy Review


Dubai trades exchanges reached Dh279.2 billion in H1


Dubai trade with GCC countries rise by 10% reaching Dh11 billion


Dubai Chamber launches Commercial Directory 2010-2011


UAE transfers Dh591 million as customs tariff to GCC


Export Assistance Program to give 33% financial support to UAE exporters


Dubai Chamber members' exports rise 14% in first half of the year


DP World '&' US-UAE business council discuss enhanced trade opportunities


Sharjah Chamber urges private sector to reinforce trade ties with China


New customs plan to boost trade


UAE is 30th largest capital exporter: UN


UAE non-oil trade rises to Dh59.6 billion in May 2010


Dubai's global trade grows 16%


Dubai Chamber members' June exports hit Dh18 billion


MoFT releases an analytical study of the Geographic Distribution of Commerce in the UAE 2005 - 2009


UAE strengthened its regional and international position with regards to foreign trade, Sheikha Lubna


Abu Dhabi Statistics: Re-exports grow 43.4 per cent during Q1 2010


The UAE achieves synergy between economic growth, environment: Lubna Al Qasimi


UAE's non-oil trade up 7% to Dh 56 billion in April


UAE is boosting its economic achievements through economic diversification, Lubna Al Qasimi