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Comment: Why logistics is essential to economic growth
How efficiently goods move to their final destinations is a key factor to a country’s opportunities for trade and economic growth says Taarek Hinedi, Vice President Operations, FedEx Express Middle East and Northern Africa
How Latin American trade with UAE will be enabled by Panama
Faced with unpredictable markets closer to home, businesses in Dubai are setting their sights on faraway Latin America
Dubai Customs redevelops smart Jebel Ali Customs Operations Room
The redevelopment was carried out in-house and was based on the employees’ efforts and intellect.
Geopolitical crises are dragging down trade growth says DP World
Latin America, however, is a bright spark (despite Venezuela) and DP World is anticipating solid growth in the region.
Dubai external non-oil trade remains above AED1-trillion despite headwinds
The emirate’s overall trade performance reflects its status as one of the world’s best performing trade logistics service providers.
Customs World develops RIISE customs platform for global use
RIISE will be rolled out globally to give different countries a cost-effective and sustainable customs system that allows them to effectively and transparently manage core customs activities and conduct trade in the global market.
Dubai Customs’ plan to enhance the UAE’s cross-border trade
Dubai Customs is focusing on a number of key initiatives intended to make trade in Dubai faster and simpler as regional trade hubs nip at the heels of the city’s logistics dominance
DP World hits out at Brexit uncertainty as UK seeks UAE trade deals
Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, chairman and CEO of DP World, expressed his frustration over the UK's Brexit uncertainty during the World Government Forum in Dubai.
DP World to invest up to AED1-billion in JAFZA despite ‘challenging’ outlook for 2019
DP World will take a cautious approach with regard to supply chain and investments says Sulayem
Jordan and Iraq commit to major transport and trade agreements
Jordan’s Prime Minister Omar Razzaz and Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi concluded the agreements on Saturday, which will ease trade between the two countries, see Iraq supply oil to Jordan, and see the development of a joint industrial zone.
Dubai Exports and UPS team up to support women-owned businesses
SheTrades MENA addresses social commerce as competitive edge for women-owned businesses
Less than 1 in 5 UK port operators say they are ready for Brexit
Odgers Berndtson says the results are significant as current UK government contingency plans for a ‘hard Brexit’ are reliant on smaller, regional ports taking up the strain from congested mainline ports in the south of England.

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