What are the most popular goods exported from India to Dubai?

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I would like to know from where are vitrified tiles and children’s toys imported into Dubai?


I appreciate some of the answers but some have just guessed what India exports to Dubai/UAE.

How to Find Your Goldmine – Suppliers and Buyers Guide

The List to Find Suppliers and Buyers for Your Business

If you’ve ever been looking for a supplier to your business, whether you export or import goods, you know it can be a big hassle to find quality suppliers. We all understand that a certain level of due diligence has to be made in order to determine if the supplier is the right one, for your business.

A lot of the time, doing due diligence has to do with common sense and it include things such as ordering a test-batch, coming to terms of pricing, quality standards or specific product features.

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Comparison of Major B2B Trade Platforms


Alibaba, which was known among international traders for years, recently made headlines around the world for its historic IPO (Initial Public Offering) on the New York Stock Exchange.  Alibaba was founded by Jack Ma in Hangzhou, China in 1999.  A pioneer in the world of connecting buyers and suppliers, Alibaba has established itself as the leader and the go-to platform for international trade transactions.

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International Trade Powerhouses

India and China, both with populations over 1 Billion, have a long history of trade and cooperation.  The Silk Road was an important trade route which connected China with the west through India as far back as second century BC.  Traders brought textiles, ebony, and spices across the 6,347 kilometer route.  The historically important trade route was also responsible for the spread of Buddhism.  In addition to the Silk Road, the spice routes that passed through India brought cinnamon, cassia, cardamom, ginger, pepper, and turmeric to Europe and Africa, having a huge impact on the way people prepared food.

In 1950, India was the first non-socialist country to recognize the People’s Republic of China as the legitimate government of China.  The 1960s were a time of tension for China and India as disputes over land rights led to military conflicts.

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The ‘m’ and the ‘e’ in Commerce

Have you ever wondered why there are the lowercase letters m and e before the word commerce when speaking about importing and exporting?

It is in fact very simple. The lowercase e stands for electronic, which creates the expression electronic commerce, hence e-commerce.

The other lowercase, m, stands for mobile. Mobile commerce refers to commercial transactions conducted electronically by mobile phone. As you can tell, m-commerce is more specific and follows the natural development of human connectivity.

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