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‘DIFC heads to Mumbai to strengthen UAE-India ties’


DIFC is sending a delegation to Mumbai to highlight its status as a platform stimulating trade and investment in the emerging...


DIFC is sending a delegation to Mumbai to highlight its status as a platform stimulating trade and investment in the emerging economies of the South-South corridor, as well as connecting businesses with established markets. "The evolution of DIFC is opening the door to new markets and fresh opportunities for the Indian economy and its burgeoning private sector," said Arif Amiri, Deputy CEO of the DIFC Authority. Bilateral trade crossed $59bn for the financial year 2014/15, with Indian exports to the UAE, India’s top export destination, valued at $33bn. UAE-based non-resident Indians (NRIs) account for $15bn in annual remittances, own 40,000 UAE companies and hold investments in the country worth $55bn.

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Gulf News, Emirates 24-7, CPI Financial


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