The announcement was made during a business roundtable in Tallinn, Estonia, which was hosted by the Chamber in cooperation with Enterprise Estonia and attended by a Dubai Chamber-led delegation, as well as Estonian government and business leaders.
H.E. Majid Saif Al Ghurair, chairman, Dubai Chamber, noted that Estonia is among the world’s most attractive hubs for ICT, smart city solutions and entrepreneurship. He described the Baltic country as a market of strategic importance which offers tremendous business potential to Dubai Chamber members and the wider business community in Dubai.
Al Ghurair revealed that Dubai’s non-oil trade with Estonia exceeded USD55 million in 2017, and explained that there is plenty of scope of bilateral trade in the future. In addition, the chairman revealed the Chamber’s plans to organise a country focus briefing in Dubai soon which would aim to familiarise companies in the emirate with business opportunities in Estonia.