The value of non-oil foreign merchandise trade through Abu Dhabi ports increased by 0.5 per cent from Dhs19.2 billion in the year to date in January 2019 to Dhs19.3 billion in the same period of 2020, according to figures released by Abu Dhabi Statistics Centre, SCAD, on Wednesday.
The report, titled, “Non-Oil Foreign Merchandise Trade Through the Ports of Abu Dhabi”, published by the Statistics Centre-Abu Dhabi (SCAD),
Growth in the Saudi Arabian non-oil economy remained strong over the first month of 2021, as business activity soared amid rising new work levels and a faster upturn in export sales.
The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED), in cooperation with the Emirates Development Bank (EDB), the Abu Dhabi Export Office (ADEX),
With a growth of 17% over the first half of this year, proving to the world the recovery of the international trade after the most difficult pandemic that the world has passed through.”
UAE non-oil business conditions improved at a robust rate at the start of the fourth quarter (Q4), according to the latest PMI survey data, amid faster uplifts in both output and new orders.
Saudi Arabia’s non-oil private sector continued to see a strong improvement in operating conditions in May, as rising market demand led to another steep increase
Businesses in Dubai’s non-oil private sector reported a further improvement in operating conditions in May, with growth softening from April but remaining robust.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz on Sunday announced the establishment of “Riyadh Air,” a PIF wholly owned company.