The Abraham Accords, also known as “the agreements of the century”, not only brought peace and stability to the region, but have also meant the biggest economic boost in the history of the member countries. Since they were signed in 2020, they normalised relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Sudan, Bahrain and Morocco. In addition to being a historic geopolitical and strategic shift, the agreement opened up new trade corridors between some of the world’s most successful economies. A case in point is the partnership between the UAE and Israel, which in 2021 saw joint trade growth reach a record increase of nearly $1.1 billion.