UAE government records $83.2 billion in total revenue in H1 2022

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The UAE has recorded $83.2 billion (AED 305.6 billion) in total revenue in the first half of 2022, the country’s finance ministry reported on Friday.

It is said to be the largest revenue recorded during a six-month period in the last four years.

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Government expenditures in the same period was reported at $49 billion (AED 180.10 billion).

This means the UAE has a surplus of $34.1 billion (AED 125.5 billion) in H1 2022.

With Reuters

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