The economy of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is 62.8% free (63th
freest economy of the world - Heritage Foundation). The United Arab Emirates (UAE)
is ranked 7th in the Middle East / North Africa region (MENA)
Notwithstanding the effects of the global financial crisis, the economy
of the United Arab Emirates
remains robust, protected by important foreign financial assets obtained in the
age of high oil revenues. Oil
revenue of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) represents a small proportion of
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has preferential access to several markets:
The logistics sector of the United Arab
represents 10.4% of non-oil Gross domestic product (GDP)
The ports of Dubai are 3th
biggest re-export hub (after
Hong Kong and Singapore).
International trade of United Arab Emirates. As the leading regional
international hub, the Emirate of Dubai offers access to a
regional and local market of exceptional business potential for foreign companies:
- A large market :17 billion USD in imports annually;
- A growing market:
imports of Dubai have duplicate
- An strategic location at the heart of one of the
richest regions of the world, linked by 170
shipping lines and 86 airlines
- A diversified market : business opportunities for exporters
of products and services;
- Dubai is an open market without exchange controls,
quotas or international trade barriers.
Main economic sectors of Dubai: tourist, services
international logistics, and international finance), with the new Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).
Dubai presents international business opportunities for: International trade, transport and
regional distribution, manufacturing
and Regional branch.
Example of the course (Doing business in United Arab Emirates):
India Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
Free trade agreement:
The United Arab Emirates is a constitutional federation of 7 emirates; Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Qaiwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah.
The federation was formally established in 1971.
United Arab Emirates is member of the League of Arab States,
Islamic Development Bank, Asia -
Middle East Dialogue,
Summit of South American Arab Countries (ASPA),
Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD), Economic and Social Commission for Western
Asia, United Nations, WTO, World Bank, IMF ...
European Union Gulf Cooperation Council
(GCC) Free trade agreement:
EENI delivers to HRH Prince Alwaleed bin Talal a Master Honoris Causa
EENI in Arabic:
ماجستير في التجارة الخارجية و التسويق الدولي