Abu Dhabi, June 9, 2022 (WAM)-According to figures from the Federal Center for Competitiveness Statistics, the 2021 UAE’s trade surplus with other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries was estimated at 134.7 billion AED.

This figure shows that trade between the UAE and GCC countries in 2021 increased by 26% to 247.5 billion AEDs, 68.7 million tons, compared to 196.5 billion AEDs in 2020, 59.9 million tons.

UAE imports from GCC countries in 2021 increased to A $ 56.3 billion (27.9 million tonnes), compared to A $ 43.8 billion in 2020, which was 26.5 million tonnes.

UAE’s non-oil exports to GCC countries at the end of 2021 were AUD 36.4 million tonnes, compared to A $ 48.8 billion at the end of 2020, weighing 29.3 million tonnes.

At the end of 2021, the re-export value was A $ 119.1 billion and the weight was 4.3 million tons, while the re-export value at the end of 2020 was A $ 103.8 billion and the weight was 4.08 million tons.

WAM / Tariq alfaham / Khoder Nashar

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