Tourism, Manufacturing among High-Potential Areas for Expanding UAE-Caribbean…


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first_img Caribbean COVID-19 Food Security and Livelihoods Impact… Region in Danger of Failing SDG Hunger Target – UN Jul 2, 2020 Can CARICOM/Canada Trade and Investment flows be revitalized?By Elizabeth Morgan Canada, although having a longstanding relationship with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and its Member States, being in the hemisphere and the Commonwealth and the third major trading partner, does not usually generate much attention and scrutiny in the region. The planned visit by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau…July 22, 2020In “CARICOM”A United CARICOM Diaspora?World Bank: The Caribbean Diaspora is a sizeable, well-educated and affluent demographic … supported by right incentives and policies, diaspora members could play an even larger role in contributing to the region’s development.June 19, 2019In “CARICOM”Africa-Caribbean Trade: What are the prospects?(Barbados Today) In mid-June 2019, President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo, visited five Caribbean countries: Barbados, Guyana, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, and Jamaica. Aiming to build on the shared historical and cultural ties between his continent and the Caribbean, President Akufo-Addo took the opportunity to…June 19, 2019In “Barbados”Share this on WhatsApp Jul 14, 2020 (Caribbean360) DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Tourism, food security, manufacturing, logistics, and renewable energy have been identified as high-potential areas where companies in the UAE and Caribbean region can expand economic cooperation, according to new analysis from Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The findings, released on the side lines of the first UAE-Caribbean Cooperation Forum in Dubai, revealed that the value of non-oil trade between Dubai and Caribbean countries totalled US$273 million in 2017. Bilateral non-oil trade was dominated by imports from the Caribbean which were valued at US$183 million in 2017, while US$90 million worth of exports contributed 33 per cent to Dubai’s trade with the region. Aug 27, 2020center_img Jun 29, 2020 Coronavirus Will Cost Global Tourism at Least $1.2 trillion World Bank Provides US$8M to Strengthen Agriculture and Food… You may be interested in… Suriname ranked as Dubai’s top Caribbean trading partner in 2017, with bilateral non-oil trade valued at US$113.8 million, accounting for 42 per cent of the emirate’s trade with the region. Guyana ranked second with US$52.1 million in bilateral trade, followed by Dominican Republic and Trinidad and Tobago. Read more at: Caribbean360 Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… last_img

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