The UAE is beginning to feel the impact of the US-China trade war as Chinese manufacturers look for friendly markets to boost exports
Group chairman Ahmed Sultan Bin Sulayem said results were evidence of the resilience of DP World’s global port and logistics network in the face of the intensifying US-China trade war
China has been Dubai’s top trading partner since 2014, as the emirate has cemented its status as a major regional and global hub for the Chinese market.
China is the UAE's second-largest trading partner, with almost US$60 billion bilateral trade in 2017, which is expected to reach up to US$70 billion by 2020
The UAE is expected to play a prominent role in China's Belt and Road Initiative as a logistics hub strategically located between Asia, Europe and Africa.
Al Ahbabi, who is also a member of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, and chairman of the Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities, said that the visit underscores “the strategic trade and economic ties between both our countries"
Worries have escalated in recent months that the US-China trade war would curb fuel demand
Ethiopian said the service connects “the main destinations of three continents which cover a population of more than 3 billion people”
The government has plans to open 21 logistics centres at the cross-roads of the Silk Road, nine of which are already operational according to Transport and Infrastructure Minister Cahit Turhan.
SEA PREMIER 3000 PLUS is the eighth product developed by CMP that contains Selektope, demonstrating the Japanese paint manufacturer’s growing commitment to the technology.
The route is the airline’s first dedicated freighter flight directly connecting China to Kazakhstan and supports China’s development of its “Belt and Road” initiative.
The number of Chinese tourists arriving in the UAE now exceeds 1 million per year, while 3.5 million Chinese passengers transit through the country each year