UAE, Australia ties on solid track

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Top officials pose for a group photo at the South Australian Parliament.

Staff Reporter, Gulf Today

The UAE is Australia’s largest trade and investment partner in the Middle East. With $6.8 billion in two-way trade in 2020 (over $10 billion pre-COVID), the UAE is Australia’s 19th largest export market globally for goods and services.

The economic relations between both countries are based on solid foundations of trade and investment cooperation, as the volume of non-oil trade exchange between the two countries during 2016-2020 amounted to about US$15.7 billion, while the value of mutual investments between the two countries since 2003 exceeded US$5 billion.

Burzin Nanavatti, Director of FBP International told media in Dubai that Australia is back on travel and immigration radar of the UAE residents as recent travel restrictions were lifted.

“As the travel demand ramps up the cosmopolitan city of Adelaide, Perth & Melbourne in Australia, is the place where most of the people from UAE want to fly as per the data made available by Skyscanner.”

This news has led to flurry of interest as more and more people from UAE plan to immigrate to Australia and reap the benefits of Dual Australian citizenship.  

He spoke at length about all the services does his company provides and said, “With over five decades of cumulative experience in migration and settlement field the company helps Businessmen/Investors to invest and/or expand business in Australia.”  

Elaborating further about the USP and its market share Nanavatti, added, “We at FBP have worked with over 2000 clients who are based in The UAE, UK, India and Australia. We plan to tap the maximum market share in the UAE market and for this very reason we have recently moved into a bigger premises and hired more people with required skillset. Our USP is that we are the only ones in the UAE with Australian immigration lawyers. The price at which we provide all these services is also an important factor which sets us apart”

“The expansion plans for FBP includes migration to Malta business which was set up during Dubai Expo 2020 and which coincided with six-month-long exposition, staged under the central theme, “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future” and which defied the tremendous challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, delivering a resounding success.”

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