• Renewable and Alternative Energy in the U.A.E.

  • The U.A.E.'s Tax Framework: Developing a Stable and Reliable Structure

  • The NBAD-FGB Merger; A Primer

  • U.S.-U.A.E. Business Council Releases New Guide to Help Companies Do Business in the United Arab Emirates

  • The U.A.E. Healthcare Sector: An Update

  • U.S. Department of Commerce Releases new U.A.E. FDI Data

  • The Leading U.S.-U.A.E. Trade & Business Association

  • U.A.E. Pavilion at the 2015 Expo


The U.S.-U.A.E. Business Council is the premier business organization dedicated to advancing bilateral commercial relations. By leveraging its extensive networks in the U.S. and in the region, the U.S.-U.A.E. Business Council provides unparalleled access to senior decision makers in business and government with the aim of deepening bilateral trade and investment.

U.S.–U.A.E. Trade

Total Bilateral Trade Between the U.S. and U.A.E. in 2015:



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  • January: $2.0669 Billion
  • February: $1.9233 Billion
  • March: $2.2041 Billion
  • April: $1.9559 Billion
  • May: $1.8409 Billion
  • June: $2.2029 Billion
  • July: $2.3064 Billion
  • August: $1.797 Billion
  • September: $2.5006 Billion
  • October: $2.2274 Billion
  • November: $2.1355 Billion
  • December: $2.2811 Billion


Total Bilateral Two Way Trade=$25.442046 Billion

Total Trade Balance=$20.516 Billion

Total U.S. Exports to the U.A.E.=$22.979154 Billion

Total U.A.E. Exports to the U.S.=$2.462892 Billion

U.S.–U.A.E. Trade

Top Ten Products Exported from the U.S. to the U.A.E. in 2015:



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  • Aircrafts, Spacecrafts, & Parts: $5.829 billion
  • Electric Machinery ETC: $3.331 billion
  • Vehicles Except Rail & Tram: $3.173 billion
  • Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, Machinery, Parts: $3.162 billion
  • Natural Pearls Precious Metals: $1.599 billion
  • Optics & Medical Equipment: $621 million
  • Special Classification: $565 million
  • Edible Fruits & Nuts: $512 million
  • Arms & Ammunition: $329 million
  • Iron & Steel: $305 million

Emirates Touches Down in Fort Lauderdale

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