UAE-Singapore bilateral trade ties discussed

DUBAI - Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al Banna, the Deputy Director-General of DCCI, discussed the possibility of establishing bilateral trade talks between the UAE and Singapore in a meeting yesterday with Tee Tua Ba, the Singapore Ambassador in the UAE, along with Harwindar Singh, the Singapore Consul in Dubai.

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Published: Tue 24 Feb 2004, 12:01 PM

Last updated: Wed 1 Apr 2015, 11:55 PM

In the meeting, they discussed ways of consolidating cooperation and trade relations between Singapore and the Middle East in general, as Tee Tua Ba explained that Singapore has been able to develop relations with the European Union, the Unites States and lately with South America, but has not yet been able to establish the same level of relations with the Middle East.

He added that the Prime Minister of Singapore had a very fruitful visit to the several Middle Eastern countries, namely Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain and the UAE.

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