April 2, 2001
Oman and Tunisia have agreed to boost their bilateral ties in all fields.
A joint Omani-Tunisian commission has began a two-day meeting in Muscat on Sunday, during which both sides agreed to bolster bilateral ties especially in the fields of trade and education.
April 1, 2001
Oman's private sector is invited to make good money by exploiting the country's rich mineral deposits, which have been so far ignored by the local com
The activities of the second month of the year-long tourist survey in Oman, being implemented by the National Economy Ministry, is due to begin Sunday
The Canadian oil company, Berkley Petroleum Corporation, is expected to invest around 10 million dollars in exploration activities in two areas in sou
Domestic liquidity of banks operating in Oman increased by 6 percent, totaling 2,404 million riyals in 2000.
Oman’s Sultan Qaboos and Austrian President Thomas Klestil held talks Saturday in Muscat that focused on strengthening bilateral ties in all fields.
March 31, 2001
Internet Security Systems Middle East (ISS ME), a subsidiary of Internet Security Systems (ISS) headquartered in the US, will lead the e-security road
Austrian President Thomas Klestil will arrive in Oman on Saturday for talks with Sultan Qaboos.
March 30, 2001
Mark Tours, a newcomer, is determined to earn its own niche in the ever-expanding tourism business in Oman by tapping visitors from completely new mar
March 29, 2001
It has been reported that Oman has awarded an $18 million contract to the Danish firm Maersk to look for crude oil and natural gas in the west of the
March 26, 2001
A new press and publication law, designed to allow more freedom to journalists in Oman, will be passed soon.
Minister of Economy and Communications in the German State of Bavaria who arrived in Muscat Friday at the head of an official and business has ended a
March 25, 2001
Oman's gross domestic product (GDP) totaled 5,51 billion riyals ($14b) on current prices during the first nine months of last year, comprising a 29 pe
The biggest project of its kind, the water network of the Omani capital is 80 percent complete after work began in March following complaints of fault