Abu Dhabi's foreign trade grew 37.6% in 2011
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, January 02 - 2013 at 03:22
Abu Dhabi's foreign trade has climbed 37.6% in 2011 to Dhs532.9bn, Wam has reported. Exports and imports grew by 38.5% and 34.4%, respectively. The total trade accounted for 66% of the GDP of the emirate in 2011, the report said. Saudi Arabia came first on the list of trading partners of the emirate for non-oil commodities, as it accounted for 11% of the total non-oil trade of the Emirate, with trade exchange valued at Dhs15.9bn.
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