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.
Egypt's new supplies minister said its wheat stocks were enough to last until June after it had imported 4.5 million tonnes since July.
Khaled Hanafi, who was appointed last week, also said at a press conference in Cairo on Mo
Bahrain will soon receive its first consignment of Australian sheep after being frozen out for nearly 20 months.
The country has been hit with a series of meat shortages since August 2012 when it turned away 21,000 Australian shee
Used tyres worth SR6.4 billion ($1.7 billion) were imported into Saudi Arabia in 2012 despite a ministerial decision banning import of such tyres, reports said.
Such tyres are used for small cars, trucks, buses, agro machinery and
Livestock trade between Australia and Bahrain is likely to resume within two months, it has emerged.
Butchers have not received any live sheep for the last five days, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publicat
Yemen's rising fuel import bill surged past its declining revenues from oil exports in 2013, central bank data showed on Monday, putting increasing pressure on government finances.
Yemen, one of the Arab world's poorest co
Arab countries have collectively accounted for $11.4 billion worth of Brazilian imports over the last year, said a report.
It represented a 2.72 per cent growth in Brazilian imports such as mineral fuel, fertilisers, plastics, gla
The UAE was ranked the 11th biggest clothing importer in 2012, according to the ‘International Trade Statistics 2013’ report by the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
Its imports totalled to $4 billion, constituting 0.8 p
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
The export of beans from Brazil to the Arab countries has surpassed $5.52 million for the first seven months of this year, increasing by 276 per cent over the same period last year, according to a report.
Egypt accounted for