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About Dubai Trade

Dubai Trade is the premier trade facilitation entity that offers integrated electronic services from various trade and logistics service providers in Dubai under a single window. It underlines Dubai’s position as the ideal base for trading across borders with its unique geographical location, excellent infrastructure and seamless processes across the private sector and government agencies. Dubai Trade integrates the major stakeholders in the trade and logistics operations including DP World, which has a portfolio of more than 65 marine terminals across six continents. The Dubai Trade portal offers a single window to the online services of its stakeholders.

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ROSOOM

Launched in 2008 Rosoom is the primary online payment gateway for the Trading Community in UAE

Launched in 2008 Rosoom is the primary online payment gateway for the Trading Community in UAE

Launched in 2008 Rosoom is the primary online payment gateway for the Trading Community in UAE

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Dubai Trade launches the second generation of e-dirham services

1431861393147The Ministry of Finance (MoF) signed an agreement with Dubai Trade yesterday, where the latter will be adopting the second generation of e-dirham system to collect service fees.


The agreement was signed by HE Saeed Rashid Al Yateem, Assistant Undersecretary of Resources and Budget Sector at the ministry, Eng. Mahmood Al Bastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade, and Saeed Al Khouri, Managing Director of the Abu Dhabi Government and VIP customers at National Bank of Abu Dhabi at MoF’s headquarters in Dubai.

 

The agreement will allow Dubai Trade to offer e-dirham G2 as another more advanced and secured mean of payment on its e-Payment gateway “Rosoom”. It has also mandated the National Bank of Abu Dhabi with the role of providing Dubai Trade with the benefits from all facilities provided with the e-dirham system, in addition to overseeing payment and fee transfers to concerned parties.

Commenting on the agreement, HE Saeed Rashid Al Yateem, said: “The Ministry is working towards completely transforming current fee collection platforms for government and non-government services into modern, e-systems. We are aiming to place the e-dirham scheme as a strong national e-payment system that is efficient and effective on a global scale.”

“We are collaborating with various government bodies and private entities to achieve the UAE’s smart government vision. The e-dirham platform will enhance payments and fee collection processes and will provide users with many benefits that will save them time and energy,” HE added.

Eng. Mahmood Al Bastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade acknowledged the efforts of the Ministry of Finance and the continued improvements in their services, in particular the e-Dirham which resulted into more convenient transactions, he added: “We are pleased to be one of the pioneers in adopting the second generation of e-Dirham as an additional mode of payment through Rosoom, our secured e-payment gateway, this will certainly facilitate the operations of many companies that use e-Dirham as their main payment method. The e-collection payment since the launch of the service approximately reached AED 100 thousand. We at Dubai Trade always strive to make trade faster and easier for all stakeholders through the latest technologies in which e-Dirham is one of those techniques.”

MoF is also keen to conduct specialised studies which aim to identify the system’s activities and transaction processes; growing number of dealers with government entities, increasing daily transactions and continually assessing the best geographical location for e-Dirham card sale and recharge centers across the UAE.

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