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Yiwu market: An ideal hub for affordable Chinese products opens in Dubai

DP World and the China Commodity City Group, which manages the world’s largest wholesale market in China, partnered to build Yiwu market in Dubai

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Emirates inks MoU with Jafza to support SMEs in Dubai

Emirates currently has over 20,000 SMEs enrolled in its Business Rewards programme

Dubai’s Jafza and Prime Aquaculture to build region’s first marine shrimp RAS farm

The high-tech farm will produce over 1,000 metric tonnes of shrimps annually – three times more than the current shrimp production in the UAE

How demand for warehousing space is gathering pace in Dubai

With the logistics sector dominating the market for new leasing, demand for warehousing space is gradually ticking

Dubai’s pharmaceuticals, medical supplies trade up 31% in Q1

Trade volumes also grew during the period to reach 48,600, up 47 per cent year-on-year

Jebel Ali Free Zone

Dubai’s Jafza healthcare, pharma customer base grows 12%

There are 174 companies within this sector in the free zone, employing 1,100 people

Dubai’s DP World appoints new CEO for UAE region

Abdulla Bin Damithan replaces Mohammed Al Muallem, who has been promoted to executive vice president

Packaging firm Al Bayader invests Dhs200m in Dubai facility to expand manufacturing capacity

The expanded plant doubles its production capacity to 18,000 tonnes per annum to enable Al Bayader to export its products

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Jafza agrees with Emaar Malls to manage business activities of Gold & Diamond Park in Dubai

There are currently over 90 retailers and brands operating in the Gold & Diamond Park developed by the Emaar Malls Group

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Dubai’s Jafza records 10.6% y-on-y increase in retail and e-commerce business for 2019

There are over 1,000 companies from 96 countries that are a part Jafza’s Retail and General Trading sector

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JAFZA conducts massive disinfection across all facilities

The move is in line with Dubai government’s directive for private sector businesses to operate at full capacity