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UAE-Japan trade hits Dhs188.7 billion mark
by ABEER ABU SHAMMALA February 06, 2014
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DUBAI: The total value of trade between the UAE and Japan stood at around Dhs188.7 billion ($51.41 billion) last year compared to Dhs194.91 billion ($53.11 billion) in 2012.

The UAE maintained its position as the second major trade partner with Japan in the region, after Saudi Arabia, with a share of 27.5 per cent of Japanís total trade with the Middle East last year.

According to statements by Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), the UAE exports to Japan rose by 20 per cent to Dhs194 billion ($42.86 billion) last year compared with Dhs161.92 billion ($44.12 billion) in 2012.

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