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UAE and UK to strengthen trade relations after Brexit

Christian Fernsby |
As the UK reshapes its future trade policy during the post Brexit transition period, the UAE, UK’s largest export market in the Middle East and the 13th biggest globally, has become one of its first trade allies to reaffirm its commitment in trade relations.

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Topics: UAE    BREXIT    UK   

This commitment was signified by the meeting between Etihad Credit Insurance (ECI), the UAE Federal export credit company and The Lord Mayor of the City of London William Russell, which underscores the aim of both entities to foster deeper relationships between the UAE and the UK, and to further strengthen the trade relations between the two countries.

The post-Brexit transition period gives the UK new opportunities to engage with countries which have a liberal trade regime, such as the UAE, thereby attracting capital from international markets.

This will pave the way for greater value creation for UAE businesses and exporters, prompting an increase in trade and foreign investments for the future.


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