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Dubai trade with Indonesia reaches Dhs5.4bn in 2020

Dubai trade with Indonesia reaches Dhs5.4bn in 2020

It included Dhs4.42bn of imports, Dhs600m of exports, and Dhs380m of re-exports

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Dubai’s trade with Indonesia stood at Dhs5.4bn in 2020, according to statistics shared by Dubai Customs’ Director-General Ahmed Mahboob Musabih on Wednesday.

A breakdown of the trade revealed Dhs4.42bn of imports, Dhs600m of exports, and Dhs380m of re-exports.

“Major commodities included jewellery, mobile phones, textiles and aluminium,” said Ahmed Mahboob Musabih.

The remarks were made during a meeting between Musabih and the Indonesian Amabssador to the UAE, Hussein Baqis.

Musabih said that a directive was issued by by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to increase trade with Asian countries, while adding, “Indonesia is one of the developed markets, and we introduce the best customs facilities and services to the Indonesian businesses which seek better access to the European and African markets through our advanced infrastructures in Dubai.”

Musabih said that Dubai Customs would further engage with the Indonesian embassy, and with other diplomatic missions too, in order to develop means of cooperation and overcome any obstacles that might arise over the course of trading.

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