Wide interaction boycotting UAE products campaign
Thousands of tweets on social media interacted with boycotting UAE product campaign as part of a popular campaign that has been going on for weeks.
The campaign for calls to boycott the Emirates products from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia began to expand quickly and extend to the rest of the Gulf countries and other Arab countries.
The campaign comes to protest against the corruption of UAE products and complaints about their damages, as well as condemn Abu Dhabi crimes against civilians in Yemen, Libya and other countries.
The growing campaign to boycott the products of the UAE, whose already faltering economy has been threatening for years, is threatening a blow.
Tweeters highlighted that the UAE goods are deceit, spoiled and not suitable for human use, and that food items issued by Abu Dhabi contain insects and worms.
The barcode “629”, which symbolizes products of Emirati origin, was exposed and exposed products bearing the UAE barcode, but another country was placed on them.
The UAE exported $17.9 billion to the Gulf countries in 2018, while it earned $26.8 billion from re-exports to those countries in the same year.
This comes as the UAE witnesses an unprecedented worsening of its economic crisis and a great recession hitting real estate, the most important pillars of the UAE economy.
And the value of the state’s public debt reached more than $246 billion, with the rate of economic growth declining to drop to 0.8%.
The country’s income has also decreased with the decrease in oil and gold prices, and the citizen’s share of GDP has decreased by 3.5% due to government taxes.
The unemployment rates in the Emirates for the youth category are estimated at more than 24%.
Mud increases the insecurity of the exorbitant price of the costs of the UAE’s external wars in light of the heavy coverage of the costs of armaments from the state’s reserves of hard currency or by borrowing.
The value of public debt in 2018 amounted to more than $246 billion, equivalent to about 58 percent of the gross domestic product of about $425 billion in the same year, according to the German Trade and Investment Corporation.
The bullish trend of this debt is likely to continue, as oil prices remain at their current level. It is well known that oil revenues are the main engine for state projects in all Gulf countries. It is also a major driver of private sector contracts and businesses, the bulk of which relate to state projects.