The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development continues to fulfil the needs and requirements of local businesses exporting from the emirate of Abu Dhabi. ADDED’s aim is to help increase the volume of foreign trade between the Emirate and its trading partners around the world and increase the amount of local exports, helping the balance of trade. In order to achieve this goal, the Department offers a bouquet of services and supporting initiatives such as opening up new markets, facilitating cross-border trade, developing communication channels with international buyers and promoting locally produced products in various international forums.

Promoting Exports:

The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development continuously follows up the needs and requirements of local exporting companies in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi with the aim of strengthening their role in increasing the volume of foreign trade between the emirate and its trading partners from various countries of the world. The aim is to enhance the trade balance and raise the percentage of local exports abroad. To this end, the DED offers a package of supportive services and initiatives, such as opening new markets, facilitating cross-border trade movement, enhancing communication with international buyers, and promoting local products in various international forums.

For inquiries about external exhibitions, please contact us through the following channels of communication:

Foreign Trade and Export Support Group email: exportsupport@ded.abudhabi.ae

 

Participation in Foreign Exhibitions:

The Department of Economic Development promotes Emirati goods and services through the participation of local companies in specialized foreign exhibitions and trade delegations to global markets. The aim is to open markets for the local product and build a link between exporters and international buyers through bilateral business committee meetings.

 

For inquiries about foreign exhibitions, please contact us through the following communication channels: 

Foreign Trade and Export Support Team Email: exportsupport@ded.abudhabi.gov.ae

 

 

Export Development:

The department, in cooperation with government and semi-government agencies, contributes to educating exporters and those wishing to export by organizing a set of training courses, seminars, and workshops that serve to enhance the presence of their products and services in the local and international markets and highlight the strengths and weaknesses of their facilities to raise their preparedness and their rates of exports.

For inquiries about training courses, seminars, and workshops, please contact us through the following communication channels:

Foreign Trade and Export Support Group email: exportsupport@ded.abudhabi.ae

 

Communication with Exporters:

 

The DED contributes to overcoming obstacles that may face exporters during the export process, whether inside or outside the country. It also seeks to contribute to facilitating export procedures for manufacturers in cooperation with strategic partners locally and internationally through visiting exporters periodically and opening communication channels with them.
DED representatives visit local exporters frequently to identify export-related challenges. Periodic reports are prepared on the visits and challenges facing exporters and studies are conducted to overcome these obstacles and challenges.

If you have any problems or face obstacles related to export, you can contact the Foreign Trade and Export Support Team by e-mail:  exportsupport@ded.abudhabi.ae.

 

 

Economic agreements and memorandums of understanding:

 

The government of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi is keen to strengthen its international partnerships with all countries of the world by being open to investment in several economic sectors, through a package of incentives that support governments and multinational companies.
Aligning with this approach, the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED) works to enhance its legislative role through the implementation of agreements and Memorandums of Understanding MOUs, with worldwide strategic partners, based on laws and legislations issued at the federal level of the UAE and the local level of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi Government.

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