Dubai Customs handled almost 4 million passengers at terminal 1 during H1 2019
Alvaro Silva Santisteban, director TTIO of Peru in the UAE, explains why Peru has become a popular investment choice for UAE businesses and how this has supported its logistics infrastructure
Shipa Freight’s global study of 800 SMEs from developed and emerging markets, including 100 small and medium-size businesses from the UAE, examines the trade patterns and barriers experienced by SMEs
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.
Dubai Customs’ electronic systems used in collecting and analysing trade and customs statistics provides a clear picture of how our national economy is performing.
Worries have escalated in recent months that the US-China trade war would curb fuel demand
DP World has launched The India-UAE Bridge initiative which aims to attract Indian trade and investments to its flagship Jebel Ali Port and Free Zone
The visitors showcased a disruptive product which is made of an innovative material able to collect a huge amount of odorous molecules and releasing them in a controlled manner during months
UAE’s Federal Credit Insurance Company signs MoU with South African’s Export Credit Agency
Partnership will enable the two nations to enhance trade and business activities through the exchange of information and exploring business practices and conducting training programmes in areas of shared interest.
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