DMCC Holds Talks with Fijian Prime Minister
The increasing trade links between Fiji and Dubai were brought into discussion by the Fijian Prime Minister, Frank Bainimarama, and Dubai Multi Commodities Centres Executive Chairman, Ahmed Bin Suleman at the Almas towers. The Prime Minister was welcomed by the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre. The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre has been the world’s forerunner when it comes to commodities trade.
The discussion between Ahmed bin Suleman and the Fijian Prime Minister also included talks about Dubai and the vast opportunities that are available for Fijian companies operating in it, as well as other ones that plan on operating in Dubai in the coming years. Ahmed Bin Suleman declared Dubai Multi Commodities Centres’ willingness and ability to support the extension and expansion of these Fijian companies located within the MENA region. The same approach was adopted in the recent visit of DMCC trade mission from Dubai to Kyiv.
The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Chief Executive Officer went further and highlighted Dubai’s unmatched commercial charm, as well as the convenience of establishing a company in Dubai and especially, establishing one at the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre. The significant role played by Dubai Multi Commodities Centre as a top of the world trade hub was also brought to light.
After these discussions were held, the DMCC’s Crypto Centre and Dubai Diamond Exchange were toured by the Fijian Prime Minister, as well as other high class facilities offered by Dubai Multi Commodities Centre to partner companies.
About as many as 19,000 companies, big and small, across all sectors call Dubai Multi Commodities Centre their home. Dubai Multi Commodities Centre is located right in the middle of Dubai. DMCC broke all the historic records by its best performance in Q1-Q3 2021 since its initial launch all the way back in 2002. They brought about as many as 1800 companies to Dubai. Their last record of best H1 performance previously was achieved in 2013. Moreover, their best months in terms of performance were September, August, and June. This massive increase in new companies has greatly increased the business for companies providing professional services, such as, law firms, auditing companies in DMCC, company formation consultants, liquidators, etc.
Dubai Multi Commodities Centres’ remarkable innovation has been continually recognized by the Financial Times FDI magazine as they have given Dubai Multi Commodities Centre the Global Freezone of the Year reward for seven years in a row.