Apr 28, 2021|
Embassy of UAE in China Discusses Bilateral Trade with JD.com
by Yuchuan Wang
Saleh Altheeb Alhemeri, Counselor and Head of Economic Affairs of the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in China visited JD.com on Apr. 27 and had a discussion with JD Worldwide, the company’s international business, on bilateral trade, cross-border e-commerce, international logistics and supply chain opening up.
Mr. Saleh Altheeb Alhemeri said that bilateral trade between China and UAE is developing vigorously. Enterprises like JD.com will not only contribute to the growth of the cross-border e-commerce, but also serve to promote in-depth business collaboration between the two countries.
From left to right: Chris Wu, director of public affairs at JD Worldwide; Eihab Abdelaziz Ibrahim Omer, Economic Researcher of the Embassy of the UAE in China; Andy Zhang, head of the Go-to-Market business in MENA at JD Worldwide; Fiona Qi, director of imports business development at JD Worldwide; Christine Wong, vice president of public affairs at JD Worldwide; Saleh Altheeb Alhemeri, Counselor and Head of Economic Affairs of the Embassy of the UAE in China; Harry Ying, head of JD’s international logistics key account business for the MENA region; Bashir Modanov, Economic Researcher of the Embassy of the UAE in China; and Yue Huo, head of import business development for the MENA region at JD Worldwide
The counsellor hopes JD will continue its communications with enterprises in UAE, and bring its advanced international logistics and supply chain technology to the region to achieve win-win cooperation.
“JD will open up our integrated supply chain services to enable more quality Chinese products to be accessible overseas and to bring more premium UAE products to consumers in China,” said Andy Zhang, head of the Go-to-Market business in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region at JD Worldwide.
Earlier this month, JD Worldwide announced a partnership with Tradeling, a Dubai-based B2B e-commerce platform. Through the partnership, Tradeling will be able to provide business customers in the MENA region with high quality Chinese products leveraging JD’s unparalleled merchandise and logistics advantages.