Fish exporters are exploiting a loophole that allows them to get around a ban on the export of popular fresh fish, the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication has reported.
The ban was introduced to keep
Iraqi Kurdistan's natural resources minister said on Tuesday (June 17) the region plans to continue oil exports and will be able to meet its allocated budget through independent oil shipments by the year-end.
Syria's state cereal body launched a tender for a second time this month to sell wheat to neighbouring Iraq, as a trader said shipping across the border may be easier than trying to move wheat to Syrian areas suffering shortages.
Marmum Dairy Farm, one of the leading dairy brands in the UAE, has achieved a phenomenal growth of over 133 per cent in the turnover over the last 10 years, reinforcing its leadership in the regional dairy and juice industry.
The latest international import and export trends of tea trade were discussed at an ongoing meeting of more than 300 delegates from over 30 tea producing and consuming nations in Dubai.
The fifth Global Dubai T
Dubai's government will consider establishing the world's first fully sharia-compliant export-import bank to promote the emirate's foreign trade, the Department of Economic Development said on Wednesday.
Iran exported more crude than allowed under Western sanctions for at least a fourth straight month in February, as ship loading data obtained by Reuters showed top clients again bought more than one million barrels per day (bpd) of Tehran'
Kuwait's government spending rose 8 percent in the first 10 months of this fiscal year compared with the same period the previous year but is still far below its initial plan, preliminary finance ministry figures showed.
Kuwait's foreign trade surplus widened to 6.4 billion dinars ($22.7 billion) in July-September from a
revised 5.9 billion dinars in the previous quarter, data from the Central Statistical Bureau showed on Sunday.
Iraq is reclaiming its rank as the world's fastest-growing oil exporter, cushioning consumers from Libyan supply outages for now and, perhaps, reviving Opec market share rivalries down the road.
Despite worsening violence due