April 17, 2001
Oman will continue its thrust towards industrialization to reduce its dependence on oil income while offering incentives to the private sector to boos
April 16, 2001
Oman has offered to export natural gas to neighboring UAE, said Oman’s Oil Minister, Mohammad bin Hamad Al Rohmi.
The Omani government has allowed an eight-week amnesty, effective from April 21st, for illegal expatriate workers to legalize their stay in the Sultan
The Muscat-based National Bank of Oman (NBO) has reported that it was forced to increase its loan loss provision in 2000, raising the amount by 36.9 percent from RO 7.65 million in 1999 to RO 10.47 mi
Oman has offered to export natural gas to neighboring United Arab Emirates (UAE), Omani Oil Minister Mohammad bin Hamad al-Rohmi said in an interview published on Sunday, April 15. “In principle, we
April 15, 2001
Oman’s Capital Market Authority (CMA) has issued a decision suspending dealings in the shares of Al Wataniya (National) Industrial Investment company
The Omani-Sudanese political joint committee discussed bilateral relation at its 5th meeting in Muscat on Saturday.
Oman’s parliament, or Majlis al Shura, has issued a decision to form a special committee for public awareness on environment.
April 13, 2001
Oman and Lebanon on Thursday signed an agreement on avoidance of double taxation and income tax evasion.
An official session of talks between Oman and Kuwait was held in Muscat on Thursday when Omani Minister of Information Abdulaziz bin Mohammed al Rowas
April 12, 2001
Sultan Qaboos of Oman will pay a three-day official visit to Pakistan on April 21.
The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday, April 11, urged authorities in Oman to continue diversifying the country's oil-dependent economy, and to boost employment opportunities for Omani national
April 11, 2001
Oman Air will implement a non-smoking policy on April 15.
April 10, 2001
Oman has deposited 50 million dollars with Lebanon’s central bank to boost Lebanon’s foreign currency reserves and express its support for the governm
April 9, 2001
Indian Ocean rim states met Saturday, April 7, in the Omani capital to study joint economic projects involving the private sector and ways of boosting trade, the ONA news agency reported. Oman's Fo