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  • The advancements in the bilateral political agenda over the last decade and a half have been accompanied by the deepening of economic relations. From 2008, the UAE became the second middle-eastern trading partner of Brazil. 

  • The Brazilian and Emirati economies have a high degree of complementarity, with several axes of potential synergy in the commercial and untapped or partially exploited investment sectors.

  • APEX-Brasil maintains an office in Dubai, the only one in the Middle East. 

  • In 2018, Brazil-UAE trade reached US $ 2.59 billion, The Emirates import sugar, beef, chicken and iron from Brazil, among others. Brazil imports from the United Arab Emirates chemicals and sulfur, mainly. 

  • At the corporate level, Brazil and the United Arab Emirates also have strong ties. Mubadala, the largest investment fund in the Emirates, has approximately US $ 2 billion invested in Brazilian territory. DP World, one of the largest port terminal operators in the world, bought the Port of Santos. Yahsat, satellite fruit of a partnership between the UAE and Brazil, has completed the necessary tests and will soon offer internet. 

  • The Emirates Airlines maintain 19 UAE weekly flights to Brazil and finally more than 30 Brazilian companies have offices in the United Arab Emirates. 

  • The UAE is a hub for Brazil in the MENA region - and Brazil is a hub for the UAE in Latin America.
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