Abu Dhabi’s non-oil foreign trade reached $41bln till September


These efforts were in line with the leadership’s directives to meet the requirements of the local basic commodities market for food and medical supplies, while applying the highest precautionary and preventative measures to maintain the health and safety of employees and inspectors working on the front lines.The customs transactions completed by the General Administration of Customs of Abu Dhabi recorded around 788,699 transactions during the first nine months of this year, supported by the smooth completion of customs clearance operations and transactions.Transportation methods were also diversified, with airborne trade accounting for AED51.35 billion, seaborne trade accounting for AED59.38 billion, and overland trade accounting for AED40.45 billion.Rashid Lahej Al-Mansouri, Director-General of the General Administration of Abu Dhabi Customs, said that Abu Dhabi Customs, across all its sectors, adopted a strategic plan ...read more...