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Dubai’s trade with Oman in the first half reaches AED12 billion

Steel, cables, petroleum oils, gold, jewellery, phones, cars and home appliances are the largest and most important items

The value of Dubai’s non-oil trade with the Sultanate of Oman amounted AED12 billion in the first half of 2015, compared with AED10.5bn in the first half of 2014, according to statistics.

Dubai’s trade with the Sultanate were distributed between imports worth AED2.2bn in H1 2015, compared with roughly AED2bn in H1 2014, exports worth AED4.7bn in H1 2015 compared with AED3.7bn in H1 2014, and re-export valued at AED5.1bn in H1 2015 compared to AED4.8bn in H1 2014, Al Bayan reports.

Dubai’s trade with the Sultanate in 2014 grew by 13 per cent to reach AED21.7bn compared with AED19.1bn in 2013, distributed between imports worth AED4.3bn compared with AED 3.4bn, exports worth AED7.4bn compared with AED6.7bn, and re-exports valued at AED10bn compared with AED9bn.

Steel, cables, petroleum oils, gold, jewellery, phones, cars and home appliances are the largest and most important items in Dubai’s trade with Oman.