Dubai – Mubasher: The Dubai Corporation for Business and Export Promotion, one of Dubai’s economic entities, has announced that it has received 118 applications to join the “Authorized Exporter” scheme, and 36 companies from ten different sectors have been certified “Authorized Exporters” since its launch in 2019.
The Certified Exporter Program adopts two axes for manufacturers and exporters to move to the next level, where manufacturers and those identified as “non-exporters” receive the support they need to realize their export potential, while these next-level companies pass through various stages of eligibility. Certificate.
Mohammed Ali Al Kamali, Deputy Managing Director, Dubai Corporation for Industry and Export Development, said: “Skills development projects in Dubai in general have proven to be effective in promoting various industries and sectors, which we have seen during our experience. In promoting production and exports over the years.”
Al Kamali added, “The Certified Exporter Certificate also provides an updated exporter’s profile, which includes the most relevant details for importers in foreign markets and a brief description of the activities of manufacturing and export-oriented factories and export-oriented companies. .It will support the growth of local industry in line with global trends, which will boost our foreign trade and economic growth.
It is noteworthy that Dubai’s foreign trade in the first quarter of 2021 was 10 percent higher than the same period in 2020.
Exports in the first quarter of 2021, AED 50.5 billion, increased by 25 percent compared to the first quarter of 2020.
In addition, exports of five million tonnes from Dubai were 20 per cent higher than the same period last year.
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