• U.A.E. Minister of Economy Shares Trade and Investment Vision for U.A.E.-Israel Peace Accord

  • U.A.E. Assistant Minister Highlights Role of Religious Tolerance and Cultural Diplomacy in Historic Abraham Accord

  • Free Zone Leaders are Bullish on Future of Free Zones in the U.A.E.

  • Senior Hospitality Executives Discuss Reopening, Rethinking, and Revitalization of Sector

  • Journalists Unpack Business Implications of Tectonic Regional Shifts

  • Covid-19 Updates

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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

The Top Ten U.S. States Exporting to the U.A.E. in 2019

$20.03

BILLION

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  • Texas: $3.470 Billion
  • South Carolina: $2.372 Billion
  • California: $1.832 Billion
  • New York: $1.606 Billion
  • Florida: $1.011 Billion
  • New Jersey: $977 Million
  • Georgia: $972 Million
  • Washington: $717 Million
  • Arizona: $633 Million
  • Other: $6.443 Billion

2019

Total Bilateral Two Way Trade=$24.4 Billion

Total U.S. Exports to the U.A.E.=$20 Billion

Total U.A.E. Exports to the U.S.=$4.35 Billion

U.S.–U.A.E. Trade

Top Ten Products Exported from the U.S. to the U.A.E. in 2019:

$20.03

BILLION

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  • Transportation Equipment: $5.777 Billion
  • Computer and Electronic Products: $3.366 Billion
  • Machinery, Except Electrical: $1.371 Billion
  • Chemicals: $1.262 Billion
  • Miscellaneous Manufactured Commodities: $1.255 Billion
  • Fabricated Metal Products, NESOI: $1.247 Billion
  • Used or Second-Hand Merchandise: $1.020 Billion
  • Oil & Gas: $871 Million
  • Special Classification Provisions, NESOI: $715 Million
  • Other: $3.151 Billion

Upcoming Events – October 2020

Free Zone Leaders are Bullish on Future of Free Zones in the U.A.E.

Senior Hospitality Executives Discuss Reopening, Rethinking, and Revitalization of Sector

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