380 million dirhams of trade exchange between Dubai and Finland
During Musabbah's meeting with the Director General of Finnish Customs.
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Dubai Customs announced that the value of the emirate's foreign trade with Finland was recorded at 380.3 million dirhams during the first half of this year, by 355.3 million dirhams of imports, 5.5 million dirhams of exports, and 19.4 million dirhams of re-exports.
The department stated in a statement yesterday that the Director General of "Dubai Customs", Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, discussed during his meeting through visual communication technology with the Director General of Finnish Customs, Hanno Makenin, the developments of Corona and the measures taken to protect against the pandemic while continuing to facilitate the movement of world Trade.
The meeting, which was attended by the Director of the Institutional Communication Department at "Dubai Customs", Khalil Saqr bin Gharib, dealt with ways to enhance trade exchange between Dubai and Finland and joint cooperation between the two sides.
During the meeting, Musabih affirmed that Dubai Customs has been able to meet the requirements of continuing to provide the best services and facilities to dealers with the distinguished success it has achieved in implementing the remote work system.
He explained that Dubai's foreign trade in foodstuffs recorded about 32 billion dirhams in the amount of nine million tons during the first half of this year, and distributed about 22 billion dirhams, in the amount of 6.23 million tons for imports, 5.5 billion dirhams, in the amount of 2.1 million tons of exports, and 4.5 billion dirhams. 733 thousand tons of re-export.
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