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Taiwan as a country wanted to further strengthen its relationship with the UAE by introducing global Taiwanese ICT brands in the country. As per Taiwan’s Computer Association, the exports of electronics and ICT products grew 14.56 percent annually to AED415billion in 2014, which signifies the global adoption of Taiwanese brands.

Each year people from across the globe flock to Dubai to witness the display of the world’s latest technological inventions, The Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) of Taiwan and Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) announced its formal participation at GITEX 2015. Every year, the best products with ‘Taiwan Excellence’ status represent the country’s ICT sector at GITEX. These awarded products are distinguished for their excellent quality, design, research and development, as well as exceptional marketing approaches.



The Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) in Dubai saw a large delegation from Morocco participating at the 5th edition of the conclave. The event took place from 30th March – 1st April 2015 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center.

Moroccan public and private organizations took part in AIM meeting to explore avenues in industrial investments and forge new partnerships. A ministerial delegationled by Mr. Aziz Rebbah, Minister of Equipment, Transport and Logistics along with several other senior delegates presented investment opportunities and identified new business partners.



White Water PR consulted the delegation from the Turkish Ministry of Economy and Antalya Organised Industrial Zone and facilitated meetings with large corporation in the UAE such as the Lulu Group, Jebal, Abu Dhabi flour mills, Bidvest among several other companies. The delegation from Turkey represented their country’s food sector that included, juices, dairy products, breads, pastries, meat products, flour, honey among other products.

We also took them on a tour to the Al Rawabi dairy farm to given them an insight into the dairy industry within the UAE. We also took the delegates on a guided tour to the SIAL exhibition in Abu Dhabi and also opened up several business opportunities for them by introducing the delegation to the right business entities in the UAE and GCC.



The Western Australian branch of AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce) headed by Mrs. Penelope Williams had brought a 36-member delegation to the UAE to further strengthen the growing trade relationship with Western Australia. The delegation was led by Mr. Pankaj Savara, Commissioner of Western Australian Trade Office (WATO) in Dubai. The delegation met with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Abu Dhabi Chamber during their visit in May 2014.

The trade between Western Australia and UAE were to the tune of AED3.4 billion in 2013. Currently 57.1 per cent of the trade between Australia and UAE is carried out with Western Australia. Last year, a high-level business delegation was led by the Minister of Economy Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri to Western Australia to explore ways of strengthening economic and trade relations with the State.



The Supply Chain & Logistics Group (SCLG) is a not for profit organization, operating under the patronage of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, established to promote the cause of supply chain and logistics. This group brings an opportunity of education, training, seminar and networking events for industry professionals and corporations on a global basis. The group was founded with the help of senior management professionals representing a variety of industries in Supply Chain. This group strives to bring the best of education, seminars and interaction through partnerships/ alliances with a variety of similar bodies across the globe.



BS International, the trading arm of China's Shantou Chenghai Government was launching the largest Toy Exhibition Centre in the Middle East. This was being launched here to cater to the customers in the Middle East, who could now place the order at this centre instead of travelling to China. The company has over 112 factories showcasing their products since its commenced operations.

An AED15 million facility, China's Chenghai Toy Center at Dubai’s Business Village is spread across 35000sq.ft and stores over 70,000 samples. The centre aims to be an integral link between the toy industry in the Middle East and manufacturers in China. Over 70% toys in the Middle East market are imported from China. China’s toy market is expected to double to Dh33.03 billion by 2015 from 2010, according to the China Toy and Juvenile Products Association.