Move to strengthen trade ties between UAE and South Korea
Officials from Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (DAFZA) recently met with a delegation from the Korean Economic Zone Planning Office to discuss future cooperation prospects, and to facilitate an improved trade and investment exchange between the UAE and South Korea.
The delegation was received by Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni, Director General, DAFZA; and Amna Lootah, Assistant Director General, DAFZA. The South Korean delegation was chaired by Moon Byung Jun, Consul General of the Republic of Korea, and Choi Young Joon, Deputy Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Dubai; Ahn Sung-il, Director General, Free Economic Zones, and a number of senior officials from both sides.
During the meeting, the delegation received a detailed briefing on the world-class infrastructure and facilities available at the Freezone near Dubai International Airport.
The delegation was also briefed about Dubai CommerCity, the first freezone for e-commerce in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia region. They were also briefed on the Freezone’s portfolio of unique solutions and services, advanced facilities, and specialised skills that help companies start-up and conduct business.
The briefing included Tradeling, the fast-growing e-market that focuses on B2B trade in the MENA region, which connects global suppliers to regional businesses, and facilitates new opportunities for companies from all over the world.
“The Dubai Airport Freezone targets all vital and important economic markets, to attract companies from around the world to expand in Dubai,” stated Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni, Director General, DAFZA.