Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority

Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority (“DMCC”) was established in 2002 to provide the physical, market and financial infrastructure required to establish a hub for global commodities trade. It is the world’s most interconnected free zone and the leading trade and enterprise hub for commodities.

DMCC promotes and facilitates trade across a range of goods from gold, diamonds and precious metals to tea, food and industrial materials. DMCC is a home to major multinationals and start-ups, which connects more than 18,000 businesses with the world-class services, leading infrastructure and vibrant community needed to thrive and succeed. DMCC contributes roughly 10 per cent to Dubai’s GDP.

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  • Registered companies from across 180 countries
  • Diamonds traded at the Dubai Diamond Exchange (“DDE”) in 2018
    91.8Billion AED
  • Trade at Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (“DGCX”) in 2019
    1.6Trillion AED
  • Kilos of tea handled and processed at DMCC Tea Centre in 2019
  • Contribution to Dubai’s GDP
  • Events, seminars and roadshows held each year
  • People living and working in DMCC’s Jumeirah Lakes Towers (“JLT”) district

Last updated, the year ended 31 December 2019

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