BY | November 17, 2012

Abu Dhabi, (IANS/WAM) The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is interested in developing its trade and investment relations with Brazil and other Latin American countries, according to a senior UAE economic official.

Abdullah Al Saleh, undersecretary in UAE’s ministry for foreign trade, has urged the Brazilian companies to boost their trade and investment relations with the UAE and benefit from the country’s economic and competitive strengths as a major trade gateway between the east and west, said a release.

The views were expressed on arrival of Humberto Luiz Ribeiro, secretary of commerce and services in the Brazilian Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade.

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