UAE non-oil trade climbs to USD205.39b

03 Apr 2011

(MENAFN) UAE Federal Customs Authority (FCA) stated that the country’s 2010 non-oil foreign trade rose 14 percent to USD205.39 billion, up from USD179.8 billion in 2009, reported Gulf News.

FCA also said that exports of the country’s hiked 27 percent to USD22.6 billion last year, compared to USD17.77 billion a year earlier.

The authority added that UAE’s imports grew 8 percent in 2010 and reached USD132.15 billion, up from 2009’s USD121.8 billion.

It is worth noting UAE foreign trade weighed near 76.4 million tons, of which 47.8 million tons were imports, 19.9 million tons exports, and 8.7 million tons as re-exports.

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