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THE ECONOMY - TRADE

Dubai plastic, rubber trade robust; imports at US$3.7b

Posted on 12/05/2016

Dubai imported US$3.66 billion and exported US$1.33 billion of plastics and rubbers in 2015, while also re-exporting US$1.01 billion, according to latest Dubai Statistics Centre figures. These trade figures were revealed during a Press briefing held on Wednesday by the German trade fair organiser Messe Dusseldorf while announcing the GCC's response to K 2016, the largest international trade fair for the plastics and rubber industry, taking place from October 19-26 in Dusseldorf, Germany. The ...  >>MORE

Jafza's trade with Netherlands reaches US$732 million

Posted on 04/05/2016

The number of Dutch companies represented in the Jebel Ali Free Zone, Jafza, has grown steadily over the past few years, up to 105 companies in 2016, while Jafza's trade with the Netherlands has seen continuous growth, exceeding more than US$732 million in 2015. Ibrahim Mohamed Al Janahi, Jafza Deputy CEO and Chief Commercial Officer, expressed his delight at seeing many Dutch companies in Jafza, which began with a small office and now has become one of the major companies in the Free Zone. ...  >>MORE

Minister of Economy and Chairman of Abu Dhabi DED inaugurate UAE pavilion at Hannover Messe

Posted on 26/04/2016

HANNOVER: The 2016 Hannover Messe International Industrial Fair in Hannover, Germany kicked off yesterday with a big participation of the United Arab Emirates which was represented by a large pavilion led by Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, DED, in coordination with the Ministry of Economy . The pavilion covers an area of over 900 square meters and hosts the presence of 10 government agencies and 30 factories. After the inauguration of the UAE Pavilion, Sultan Bin Saeed Al ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Economic Development Department to lead national participation at Hannover Messe 2016 in cooperation with MoE

Posted on 24/04/2016

The UAE will put up a national pavilion for the eighth year in a row at the Hannover Messe trade fair, the latest edition which will kick off on Monday, April 25, 2016 in Hannover, Germany and run for five days. The UAE pavilion will spread over 900 square meters and include stands of 10 government and semi-government entities and 30 factories from across the country. Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri, UAE Minister of Economy, and Ali Majid Al Man Mansouri, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Economic ...  >>MORE

UAE first Arab country to ratify WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement

Posted on 20/04/2016

GENEVA: Obaid Salem Saeed Al Za'abi, UAE Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office in Geneva, yesterday delivered the ratification instrument of the United Arab Emirates on the Trade Facilitation Agreement, TFA, to Roberto Azevedo, Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, WTO. The Director-General of the WTO expressed his thanks and gratitude to the UAE for being the first Arab country to deposit its instrument of acceptance, hoping that other countries will see the UAE as ...  >>MORE

WTO ranks UAE first in Arab foreign trade

Posted on 20/04/2016

The United Arab Emirates remains one of the world's top trading economies, ranking 20th globally and first in the Middle East and Africa in commodity exports. It also placed 19th internationally in commodity imports and led the MENA region in overall commodity trade, with regional exports totalling US$265 billion to account for 1.6 per cent of the worldwide total in 2015. The figures were taken from a 2016 report from the World Trade Organisation (WTO), the intergovernmental organisation which ...  >>MORE

UAE non-oil total foreign trade volume recorded AED 1.56 Trillion in 2015: Federal Customs Authority

Posted on 20/04/2016

The UAE non-oil total foreign trade volume of 2015 reached approximately AED 1.56 trillion, with the direct trade data, representing 68% of the UAE total trade volume with the value of AED 1.06 trillion and the Free Zone Trade data, representing 32% of the UAE total trade volume with the value of AED 497 billion. Commissioner Ali Al Kaabi, Head of the Federal Customs Authority, FCA, said in a press statement yesterday, that the total non-oil trade of the state in the past year has seen a ...  >>MORE

Dubai Trade reports significant growth in 2015

Posted on 18/04/2016

Dubai Trade, the premier cross-border trade facilitator, has revealed substantial growth in the number of companies registered and the value of transactions carried out in 2015. 113,354 companies registered with Dubai Trade, with over 19.5 million transactions during the year, 5% up on 2014. Dubai Trade's secured ePayment gateway "Rosoom" recorded 1.1 million transactions amounting to AED 1.2 billon. In line with its vision to enable seamless trade, Rosoom has adopted the second generation of ...  >>MORE

UAE-Algerian investment forum kicks off

Posted on 18/04/2016

The UAE-Algerian Investment Forum opened here yesterday in the presence of Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, Abdessalem Bouchouareb, Algerian Minister of Industry and Mines, Saleh Attiyah, Algerian Ambassador to the UAE, Mohammed Thani Murshid Al Romaithi, Chairman of the Chambers Federation and also of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI), senior officials and investors. Al Romaithi welcomed the participants and expressed the hope that the forum's outcome ...  >>MORE

DEC releases study on relationship between trade, competitiveness and knowledge

Posted on 03/04/2016

Dubai Economic Council (DEC) has recently prepared a study on the relationship between trade, competitiveness and knowledge. This study is part of a research effort undertaken by the Economic Policy Research Center, the operational arm of the Council, which addresses various issues of interest to the present and future of Dubai's economy. Dubai's authorities issued a new strategic plan for sustainable development in the emirate entitled Dubai Plan 2021. It identifies a number of policy goals ...  >>MORE

Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade hits AED 1.283 trillion in 2015

Posted on 30/03/2016

DUBAI, 30th March, 2016 (WAM) -- H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, yesterday announced that Dubai recorded a non-oil foreign trade of AED 1.283 trillion in 2015 with AED 796 billion of imports, AED 132 billion of exports, and AED 355 billion of re-exports. Sheikh Hamdan asserted that economic diversification strategies of Dubai and the UAE are achieving their objectives, which reflect the country's economic ...  >>MORE

Dubai World Trade Centre record 2.74 million visitors in 2015

Posted on 29/03/2016

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, UAE Minister of Finance and Chairman of the Board of Dubai World Trade Centre Authority, yesterday announced the 2015 annual performance results of Dubai World Trade Centre, highlighting an impressive 12% year-on-year increase in traffic to deliver 2.74 million delegates and attendees, coupled with a strong 17% increase in exhibiting companies, reinforcing the entity's regional dominance within the global Meetings, Incentives, ...  >>MORE

UAE becomes first Arab country to ratify Trade Facilitation Agreement and notify WTO of acceptance

Posted on 24/03/2016

The United Arab Emirates has concluded ratifying the Trade Facilitation Agreement and has notified the World Trade Organisation, WTO, of acceptance of the agreement, becoming the first Arab country to do so. Sultan bin Saeed Al-Mansouri, Minister of Economy, said that the Trade Facilitation Agreement is one of the most important agreements within the WTO multilateral trading system. It was the result of the Bali Ministerial Conference of 2013 and was the first agreement to be added to the ...  >>MORE

Dubai Chamber and Hamburg Chamber of Commerce sign MoU to promote innovation

Posted on 24/03/2016

Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, with Hamburg Chamber of Commerce to increase cooperation and promote strategic partnerships to increase trade exchange which was valued at 6.3 billion euros between Hamburg and the UAE in 2015. The MoU was signed during the 5th Dubai Hamburg Business Forum organised in Dubai by Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry on March 22nd, 2016, in the presence of Majid Al Ghurair, Chairman of Dubai Chamber, Hamad ...  >>MORE

Dubai Chamber: Wholesale and Retail Trade constitutes more than 11% of GDP

Posted on 23/03/2016

Wholesale and retail trade in the UAE is an important sector, constituting more than 11 percent of the gross domestic product, GDP, of the country and nearly 30 percent of the GDP of the Emirate of Dubai. Hamad Buamim, President and CEO, Dubai Chamber, in a statement to Emirates News Agency, WAM, announced that Dubai will host the 10th edition of the World Retail Congress, WRC, this year and the world's most exclusive retail event for senior executives will be held for the first time outside ...  >>MORE

Report: AED 1.750 trillion UAE non-oil foreign trade in 2015, UAE is capital of economy and investment

Posted on 18/02/2016

The UAE Ministry of Economy has said that the value of the UAE's non-oil foreign trade reached AED1.75 trillion (US$476.4 billion) in 2015, a growth of up to 10 percent from 2014, according to its report. The figures in the first half of 2015 are positive indicators for the UAE's foreign trade, including direct trade. In its report, the Ministry of Economy pointed out that the figures show a rise in the country's competitiveness as a capital of regional trade, noting that the volume of the ...  >>MORE

Dubai foodstuff foreign trade hits AED 68.6 billion during first nine months of 2015

Posted on 18/02/2016

Dubai Customs has effectively contributed to the growth of food trade by providing quality Customs facilities for this sector, and ensuring speedy customs clearance of all its shipments, in order to cater to the food needs of the community without unnecessary delays. Figures released by Dubai Customs, in parallel with Gulfood 2016; the world's largest annual food and hospitality trade show, showed a 4% hike in foodstuff foreign trade volumes, from AED 66 billion in the first 9 months of 2014 ...  >>MORE

UAE and Singapore stress the importance of expanding economic relations

Posted on 17/02/2016

SINGAPORE: A round-table meeting, organised by the UAE Economy Ministry and Executive Directors of 15 of the biggest investment companies in Singapore, was held yesterday. The meeting reviewed the importance of expanding economic relations between the UAE and the Republic of Singapore and the need to promote trade and investment establish strong strategic partnerships between the two countries. The UAE side in the meeting, which was held at the headquarters of Singapore Business Federation, ...  >>MORE

Dubai Exports gears for major role as non-oil economy takes centre stage

Posted on 16/02/2016

Dubai Exports , the export development agency of the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai, is set to connect exporters in the UAE to new and strategic markets across Europe, Asia and Africa in 2016 after its target sectors and overseas offices across six countries brought remarkable outcomes in 2015. With local exporters and manufacturers venturing successfully into markets overseas with an improved range of products and competitive re-export hubs in sharper focus, Dubai Exports ...  >>MORE

The UAE is India`s third largest trading partner: report

Posted on 11/02/2016

Ties between the UAE and India are witnessing rapid and significant growth in economic, political, trade, investment, energy and cultural fields driven by millennia old bonds of friendship, mutual interests and people-to-people close contact. The relationship has flourished since the creation of the UAE Federation in 1971 and trade has played a major role in giving momentum and strength to them. At the heart of its foreign policy, the UAE is sincerely and particularly interested in extending ...  >>MORE

UAE-India trade may hit US$100 billion in 2020

Posted on 11/02/2016

India is considered to be the UAE's primary trade partner, accounting for about 9.8% of its total non-oil trade. India is also the largest importer of goods from the UAE, buying about 14.9% of that country's exports and about 8.7% of its re-exports, becoming the second-largest market of the UAE in the latter category. India ranks third among countries that export to the UAE, accounting for about 9.2% of the total imports by the UAE. The total volume of foreign trade between the two countries ...  >>MORE

Important and diverse Emirati investments in Cochin India

Posted on 10/02/2016

COCHIN: The Cochin container terminal is the youngest of five ports and is the only transshipment hubs supported by a hinterland that extends across the country, and has a captive volume of more than eight million of Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit, or TEUs. DP World does 34 percentage of container handling in India, said Jibu Kurien Itty, chief executive officer, India Gateway Terminal Pvt Ltd. Addressing the visiting UAE Media delegation on the sidelines of the official visit of His Highness ...  >>MORE

UAE, India possess huge co-operation potential in all economic sectors

Posted on 08/02/2016

The UAE- India economic co-operation is set to reach record figures in trade exchanges due to the huge potential in both countries. Economic circles stress the need for the UAE to step up its trade and economic ties with India, which is a huge market with a population of over one billion. Given a number of factors, notably political stability, India has become a hub for foreign investment. India's trade relations with the UAE date back thousands of years, beginning with the barter of pearls ...  >>MORE

Emirati-Argentinian Business Council established on side-lines of Sheikh Abdullah visit

Posted on 08/02/2016

BUENOS AIRES: The establishment of an Emirati- Argentinian Business Council was announced yesterday in Buenos Aires on the side-lines of the visit of H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Foreign Minister, to the Republic of Argentina. During the signing agreement on the establishment of the Business Council between the Federation of UAE Chambers of Commerce and Industry and the Argentine Industrial Union, Humaid Mohammed Salim, Secretary-General of the UAE Federation, said, "The ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Economy releases crucial report on UAE-India economic relations

Posted on 07/02/2016

The Department of Analysis, Commercial and Industrial Information at the Ministry of Economy (MOE) has released an analytical study on the reality of the Indian economy and the non-oil foreign trade between the UAE and India. Along with featuring India's salient economic indicators, the study contains economic, statistical and descriptive data on the movement of foreign trade and investment in the Republic of India. The study concludes that trade and investment sectors form the cornerstone of ...  >>MORE

Highlights of UAE, India ties and agreements

Posted on 07/02/2016

A chronological report published by 'Gulf News' today about the "landmark events that strengthened the historic ties between the UAE and India in the last 40 years." August 16, 2015 Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, makes a two-day visit to the UAE. He holds talks with His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of ...  >>MORE

UAE-Australia trade not hit by low oil prices: Australian Consul-General

Posted on 07/02/2016

Australia enjoyed strong trade ties with the United Arab Emirates in 2015 despite a drop in oil imports from the UAE, senior trade commissioner and Australian consul general Gerard Seeber said. In an interview with the Dubai-based Gulf Business magazine, published yesterday, Seeber said: "Trade went up by 25 per cent [last year] and the year before it had gone up by 15 per cent. So it's been a steady growth and seemingly trade has not impacted by the drop in oil prices." Despite low oil ...  >>MORE

Hamed bin Zayed participates in India Investment Summit, meets Indian Finance Minister

Posted on 05/02/2016

NEW DELHI: H.H. Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chief of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince's Court, participated in the India Investment Summit 2016, which was inaugurated yesterday in the capital New Delhi, with the participation of a number of State Governments, representatives of various Sovereign Wealth Funds, Pension Funds, and institutional investors both domestic and international. Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan attended the opening session, where a number of Indian leaders talked about ...  >>MORE

UAE, Brazil’s second largest Arab export market in 2015 report

Posted on 03/02/2016

The UAE was the second biggest market for Brazilian exports in the Arab countries last year with US$2.5 billion (Dh9.1 billion), according to data released by the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce. The South American country exported products worth more than US$12.1 billion to the region last year. Brazilian exports to Saudi Arabia increased the most to reach more than US$2.7 billion, up from the US$2.5 billion figure of 2014. Egypt came in third place at a little more than US$2 billion. ...  >>MORE

UAE non-oil foreign direct trade volume reached Dh792 billion in first 9 months of 2015

Posted on 03/02/2016

The UAE's non-oil foreign direct trade was remarkably stable during the first nine months of 2015, despite a decline in the growth rates of the global economy and a slowdown in the growth of the Chinese economy during the period. The preliminary statistical data of the Federal Customs Authority revealed that the UAE total direct non-oil trade from January until the end of September 2015 amounted to Dh792 billion, the same as the same period in 2014. Commissioner Ali Al Kaabi, Head of the ...  >>MORE

Economy Minister, Canadian Minister of International Trade discuss cooperation relations

Posted on 25/01/2016

Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, and Chrystia Freeland, Minister of International Trade of Canada, have discussed ways of boosting economic relations as well as developing them to serve the common interests of both countries. During the meeting which was held on the side-lines of their participation in the Summit on the Global Agenda 2016 in Davos, the two sides discussed investment opportunities available in both countries with the aim of increasing the volume of trade ...  >>MORE

DED-Abu Dhabi report marks 9228 new trade licenses in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 20/01/2016

The number of trade licenses registered in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi now totals 109,415, with 68,678 licenses in Abu Dhabi City, 30,844 in Al Ain and 9,893 in the Western Region. Out of this number, the number of active licenses is 84,018 across the emirate. The Annual Report on Commercial Activity in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi 2015, issued by the Department of Economic Development, DED's, Abu Dhabi Business Centre, indicates that the total number of commercial activity licenses has reached ...  >>MORE

UAE non-oil trade reached Dh1.632 trillion in 2014

Posted on 05/01/2016

The Ministry of Economy has announced that the UAE managed to achieve top ranks in international trade statistics 2015, which was released by the World Trade Organisation, WTO, on October 31st, 2015. According to the report, the UAE maintained its top ranks on the World trade map and came 16th globally in commodity exports, and 20th globally in commodity imports. In the area of service trade, the UAE ranked 19th globally as service importer, and 42nd globally in service exports. The UAE's ...  >>MORE

Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade worth Dh 966b during Jan-Sept 2015

Posted on 31/12/2015

Dubai has managed to contain the impact of the instability of the global economic environment, marked by a decline in commodity prices and currency rates, to maintain a strong economic performance in 2015. Despite the adverse impact of the recent downturn in oil and precious metals prices – including gold, Dubai's non-oil foreign trade reached Dh966 billion during the first nine months of 2015. Imports had the biggest share of the overall trade with a value of Dh597 billion while exports and ...  >>MORE

China and the UAE: From trust to strategic partnership

Posted on 20/12/2015

by Abdul Hamid Ahmad, Editor in Chief of Gulf News http://gulfnews.com/opinion/thinkers/china-and-the-uae-from-trust-to-strategic-partnership-1.1640234 ABU DHABI, 19th December 2015 (WAM) - The UAE's ‘Looking East' policy, with focus on China and building strategic relations with the giant Asian country, is a step in the right direction. While ...  >>MORE

UAE discusses economic cooperation with Switzerland, Malaysia, Kenya and Slovenia

Posted on 19/12/2015

NAIROBI: Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy of the UAE has held three separate meetings with Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch State Secretary for Economic Affairs of Switzerland, Dato' Sri Mustapha Mohamed, Minister of International Trade and Industry of Malaysia and Adan Mohammed, Cabinet Secretary for Ministry of Industrialisation and Enterprise Development of Kenya on the sidelines of the WTO's 10th Ministerial Conference in Nairobi. During his meeting with State Secretary ...  >>MORE

UAE set to benefit from further China investment in 2016

Posted on 17/12/2015

An increasing number of Chinese companies are expected to invest in the UAE's property and manufacturing sectors next year as the government encourages companies to look overseas for growth, officials said yesterday. Chinese companies are investing more abroad, allowing the country to achieve a balance between inward and outward direct investment for the first time last year as the country transforms into a capital exporter rather than just a goods exporter. "We are in a transit phase and we ...  >>MORE

UAE ratifies WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement

Posted on 17/12/2015

NAIROBI: The UAE has ratified the Trade Facilitation Agreement, concluded by the World Trade Organisation members at the Bali Ministerial Conference in 2013, and will accordingly notify the WTO. In the UAE's statement at the WTO's 10th Ministerial Conference in Nairobi, Kenya, Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, said the UAE, as a member of the WTO and the international community has a strong belief in, and attaches great importance to the multi-lateral trade system, ...  >>MORE

UAE officially implements automatic transfer system of customs duties between GCC countries

Posted on 17/12/2015

Mohammed Jumaa Buosaiba, Director-General of the Federal Customs Authority, has said that the implementation of an electronic direct automatic transfer of customs duties system among GCC countries, or 'Tam' system, is one of the most important requirements for completing the GCC Customs Union, as it allows the exchange of information with more ease and accuracy than ever before. Speaking at a press conference yesterday, Buosaiba commented on the official implementation of Phase II of the ...  >>MORE

Dubai-China bilateral trade crosses Dh half-trillion threshold in four years: Dubai Customs

Posted on 15/12/2015

The bilateral trade relations between United Arab Emirates and China are seeing more growth and prosperity, as leaders of both countries are paying utmost attention to enhancing economic cooperation and coordination, according to the Dubai Customs. In this context, His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, is currently in Beijing on an official visit at the invitation of President Xi Jinping of China. The ...  >>MORE

UAE, Algeria keen to step up bilateral investments

Posted on 13/12/2015

Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, discussed ways to boost economic and trade cooperation with Saleh Attya, Ambassador of Algeria to the UAE. Held in the Ministry of Economy's offices in Abu Dhabi, the meeting was attended by Jamal Al Jarwan, secretary-general, UAE Companies Investing Abroad Council, and Tareq Al Marzooqi, director of government communication at the Ministry of Economy. Al Mansouri confirmed the UAE's keenness to develop bilateral relations with Algeria for ...  >>MORE

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Dubai plastic, rubber trade robust; imports at US$3.7b


Jafza's trade with Netherlands reaches US$732 million


Minister of Economy and Chairman of Abu Dhabi DED inaugurate UAE pavilion at Hannover Messe


Abu Dhabi Economic Development Department to lead national participation at Hannover Messe 2016 in cooperation with MoE


UAE first Arab country to ratify WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement


WTO ranks UAE first in Arab foreign trade


UAE non-oil total foreign trade volume recorded AED 1.56 Trillion in 2015: Federal Customs Authority


Dubai Trade reports significant growth in 2015


UAE-Algerian investment forum kicks off


DEC releases study on relationship between trade, competitiveness and knowledge


Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade hits AED 1.283 trillion in 2015


Dubai World Trade Centre record 2.74 million visitors in 2015


UAE becomes first Arab country to ratify Trade Facilitation Agreement and notify WTO of acceptance


Dubai Chamber and Hamburg Chamber of Commerce sign MoU to promote innovation


Dubai Chamber: Wholesale and Retail Trade constitutes more than 11% of GDP


Report: AED 1.750 trillion UAE non-oil foreign trade in 2015, UAE is capital of economy and investment


Dubai foodstuff foreign trade hits AED 68.6 billion during first nine months of 2015


UAE and Singapore stress the importance of expanding economic relations


Dubai Exports gears for major role as non-oil economy takes centre stage


The UAE is India`s third largest trading partner: report


UAE-India trade may hit US$100 billion in 2020


Important and diverse Emirati investments in Cochin India


UAE, India possess huge co-operation potential in all economic sectors


Emirati-Argentinian Business Council established on side-lines of Sheikh Abdullah visit


Ministry of Economy releases crucial report on UAE-India economic relations


Highlights of UAE, India ties and agreements


UAE-Australia trade not hit by low oil prices: Australian Consul-General


Hamed bin Zayed participates in India Investment Summit, meets Indian Finance Minister


UAE, Brazil’s second largest Arab export market in 2015 report


UAE non-oil foreign direct trade volume reached Dh792 billion in first 9 months of 2015


Economy Minister, Canadian Minister of International Trade discuss cooperation relations


DED-Abu Dhabi report marks 9228 new trade licenses in Abu Dhabi


UAE non-oil trade reached Dh1.632 trillion in 2014


Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade worth Dh 966b during Jan-Sept 2015


China and the UAE: From trust to strategic partnership


UAE discusses economic cooperation with Switzerland, Malaysia, Kenya and Slovenia


UAE set to benefit from further China investment in 2016


UAE ratifies WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement


UAE officially implements automatic transfer system of customs duties between GCC countries


Dubai-China bilateral trade crosses Dh half-trillion threshold in four years: Dubai Customs


UAE, Algeria keen to step up bilateral investments