Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade at AED 647 billion in H1 2016

Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade hit AED 647 billion during the first half of this year, with the total volume of trade rising 17%. According to figures released by Dubai Customs, the surge was largely driven by imports which exceeded AED 400 billion. China, India, the US and Saudi Arabia were some of the emirate’s major trading partners. Phones led the list of top-traded commodities, followed by precious stones, vehicles and petroleum products.

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