1.4 trillion dirhams of the UAE’s non-oil foreign trade during 2020

1.4 trillion dirhams of the UAE’s non-oil foreign trade during 2020
1.4 trillion dirhams of the UAE’s non-oil foreign trade during 2020

Mustafa Abdel Azim () reported Total non-oil foreign trade of the UAE During the year 2020, more than 1.4 trillion dirhams, according to data from the Federal Center for Competitiveness and Statistics, which showed a growth in non-oil exports by 10%, reaching 254.6 billion dirhams last year, while the value of re-exports amounted to 363.4 billion dirhams, and imports amounted to 785.1 billion dirhams.

According to the data released today, China topped the list of the country’s trading partners last year, with a total non-oil trade exchange of 174 billion dirhams, followed by Saudi Arabia with a value of 104 billion dirhams, then India with a value of 102.5 billion dirhams, while the United States of America came in fourth place with a value of 80.2 billion. One billion dirhams, followed by Iraq with 53 billion dirhams, so that the five countries together accounted for about 36.6% of the country’s total non-oil foreign trade.

export markets
The data showed Switzerland topped the list of the top 5 markets for UAE exports during 2020, after it received exports worth 29.2 billion dirhams, followed by Saudi Arabia with exports amounting to 25.6 billion dirhams, then India with total exports of 19.7 billion dirhams, followed by Turkey with about 18.4 billion dirhams and Italy 18.2 billion Dirhams, so that the five countries together account for 43.5% of the country’s total exports.
Crude or semi-worked gold came at the forefront of the country’s most prominent exports last year, with a total of 105.6 billion dirhams, then raw aluminum with about 12.1 billion dirhams, followed by cigarettes with 11.6 billion dirhams, then ethylene polymers with 9.2 billion dirhams, and oils and light petroleum preparations (non-crude) 8.8 billion dirhams.

import markets
On the other hand, China topped the list of the top 5 markets for imports to the country with about 144.4 billion dirhams, followed by the United States and India with 60.5 billion dirhams each, then Japan with 34.7 billion dirhams and Germany with 26.7 billion dirhams, so that the five countries accounted for 41.6% of the total volume of imports Country.
Crude gold came at the forefront of the most prominent commodities that were imported with about 136.83 billion dirhams, then telephones and other devices for communication in the networks 74.87 billion dirhams, cars 37.9 billion dirhams, and diamonds 31.08 billion dirhams.

Re-export
The data indicated that Saudi Arabia topped the list of re-export markets from the UAE with about 54.6 billion dirhams, followed by Iraq with about 40.6 billion dirhams, then the Sultanate of Oman with about 23.3 billion dirhams, India with 22.3 billion dirhams, and China with 19.6 billion dirhams.
Telephones and other network communication devices came at the forefront of the most prominent re-export goods with a value of 75.2 billion dirhams, then diamonds 31.8 billion dirhams, cars 21.7 billion dirhams, machines for self-processing of information and their units 19.5 billion dirhams, and jewelry and their parts made of precious metals 17.9 billion dirhams. the Union

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On: Wednesday – September 15, 2021

Mustafa Abdel Azim (Dubai) reported Total non-oil foreign trade of the UAE During the year 2020, more than 1.4 trillion dirhams, according to data from the Federal Center for Competitiveness and Statistics, which showed a growth in non-oil exports by 10%, reaching 254.6 billion dirhams last year, while the value of re-exports amounted to 363.4 billion dirhams, and imports amounted to 785.1 billion dirhams.

According to the data released today, China topped the list of the country’s trading partners last year, with a total non-oil trade exchange of 174 billion dirhams, followed by Saudi Arabia with a value of 104 billion dirhams, then India with a value of 102.5 billion dirhams, while the United States of America came in fourth place with a value of 80.2 billion. One billion dirhams, followed by Iraq with 53 billion dirhams, so that the five countries together accounted for about 36.6% of the country’s total non-oil foreign trade.

export markets
The data showed Switzerland topped the list of the top 5 markets for UAE exports during 2020, after it received exports worth 29.2 billion dirhams, followed by Saudi Arabia with exports amounting to 25.6 billion dirhams, then India with total exports of 19.7 billion dirhams, followed by Turkey with about 18.4 billion dirhams and Italy 18.2 billion Dirhams, so that the five countries together account for 43.5% of the country’s total exports.
Crude or semi-worked gold came at the forefront of the country’s most prominent exports last year, with a total of 105.6 billion dirhams, then raw aluminum by 12.1 billion dirhams, followed by cigarettes with 11.6 billion dirhams, then ethylene polymers with 9.2 billion dirhams, and oils and light petroleum preparations (non-crude) 8.8 billion dirhams.

import markets
On the other hand, China topped the list of the top 5 markets for imports to the country with about 144.4 billion dirhams, followed by the United States and India with 60.5 billion dirhams each, then Japan with 34.7 billion dirhams and Germany with 26.7 billion dirhams, so that the five countries accounted for 41.6% of the total volume of imports Country.
Crude gold came at the forefront of the most prominent commodities that were imported with about 136.83 billion dirhams, then telephones and other devices for communication in the networks 74.87 billion dirhams, cars 37.9 billion dirhams, and diamonds 31.08 billion dirhams.

Re-export
The data indicated that Saudi Arabia topped the list of re-export markets from the UAE with about 54.6 billion dirhams, followed by Iraq with about 40.6 billion dirhams, then the Sultanate of Oman with about 23.3 billion dirhams, India with 22.3 billion dirhams, and China with 19.6 billion dirhams.
Telephones and other network communication devices came at the forefront of the most prominent re-export goods with a value of 75.2 billion dirhams, then diamonds 31.8 billion dirhams, cars 21.7 billion dirhams, machines for self-processing of information and their units 19.5 billion dirhams, and jewelry and their parts made of precious metals 17.9 billion dirhams. the Union





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