From its infrastructure that includes world-class roads, ports, and airports to its central location, free trade policies, and more—Dubai has emerged as a leading hub for trade and logistics
Geographically, Dubai’s location—a prime spot between the East and West—makes it a favorable site to connect and service the two corners of the world by road, air, and sea. Besides that, its logistics facilities and infrastructure coupled with low costs, free-trade policies, and agreements, and increase investments and trade links, make the city a profitable gateway for entities. In fact, the logistics industry is said to contribute about 14 percent of UAE’s GDP and this figure is only expected to increase over time.
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