Ahmed Butti Ahmed, the Executive Chairman of Ports, Customs and Free Zone and Director General of Dubai Customs, received Justin Siberell, the USA Consul in Dubai, who called to bid farewell at the end of his term of duty in the UAE.
During the visit, Siberell expressed his profound appreciation for Dubai Customs’ applicable business mechanisms which made Dubai Customs a leading customs administration worldwide in facilitating trade and maintaining its legitimacy together with enhancing Dubai‘s trade position globally.
Ahmed Butti expressed his gratitude for Justin Siberia’s effort throughout his term of duty in Dubai with respect of strengthening the economic and trade relations between Dubai and US and wished him the best in his future work.
Butti underlined that the US deemed to be one of the most important of Dubai’s trade partners.
The direct trade exchanges value with USA rose to Dh61 billion in 2011 representing a growth of 29 per cent as compared to Dh48 billion in 2010,” Butti pointed out.
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