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Abu Dhabi’s non-oil trade amounts to AED111 billion in eight months

Highest volumes recorded in May, while June figures were the lowest

The volume of non-oil foreign trade for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi stood at AED111.2 billion during the first eight months of this year, says a report.

The statistical report issued by the Statistics Centre – Abu Dhabi shows that the emirate’s non-oil trade in May recorded the highest value at AED15.09bn, followed by January with AED14.88bn and April with AED14.11bn, while June recorded the lowest with AED13.14bn.

The report also shows that the value of non-oil trade of goods that crossed the emirate’s ports during August stood at AED13.3bn, as the value of imports reached AED9.8bn and accounted for 74 per cent of the total non-oil trade, while the value of non-oil exports reached AED1.8bn, accounting for 13.9 per cent of the total.

Meanwhile, the volume of re-export trade reached AED1.6bn, accounting for 12 per cent of the total non-oil trade.