Bilateral trade between the UAE and China hit $21.4 billion during the first half of the year, up nearly 14 per cent compared to the same period in 2012, according to a study.
China’s exports to the UAE stood at $15.4 billio
Ecuador is targeting a 31 per cent increase of its non-oil exports including flowers, banana and other processed food to the UAE.
The total value of the country’s non-oil exports to the UAE has reached $3.65 million as of th
Egypt needs to pay firms more to exploit its offshore gas reserves if it is to have any chance of regaining its footing as a liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter, the head of an Anglo-Egyptian energy venture said on Monday.
After years of being caught in the geopolitical crossfire over Iran's disputed nuclear programme, Iranian businessmen in Dubai are daring to hope that signs of a diplomatic thaw will allow crippling economic sanctions to be lifted.
UAE-based Emirates steel has extended its global footprint through its first export shipment to the Americas.
Over 13,000 tonnes of structural steel were recently shipped from Mina (Port) Zayed in Abu Dhabi on board the US ship Il
Oil product exports from Libya's 220,000 barrel-per-day refinery at Ras Lanuf are resuming after runs restarted, a shipping source and a senior Libyan industry source said on Thursday.
The refinery is operated by Lerco, a join
Iraq has not yet made a decision on whether to carry out full maintenance on its Basra oil export terminals in September, four oil officials said on Thursday.
The oil ministry is still trying to draw up a plan for carrying out mai
Striking security guards again halted loadings at Libya's two largest crude oil export terminals, Es Sider and Ras Lanuf, after operations had resumed briefly following a two-week outage, trading and shipping sources said on Monday.
Iraq's oil revival is stalling, and unless momentum is regained, Baghdad will report an output decline for 2013, its first after two years of robust gains, much to the relief of rival Gulf producers.
Swift work since 2010 at I
Iraq has agreed to consider importing wheat from France, an Iraqi official and French exporters said, a potential breakthrough for the European Union's top wheat exporter in prized Middle Eastern import markets.
Iraq is one of