March 3, 2001
A new law is being drawn up to combat money laundering in Oman, Gulf News reported Saturday, quoting a senior official
February 28, 2001
The proposal of the National Bank of Oman (NBO) to set up a joint venture commercial bank in Abu Dhabi proved to be a non-starter.
The largest business group in Oman, the Zubair Corp, announced Tuesday that it will build the Sultanate’s largest resort, costing 200 million dollars.
February 27, 2001
Hyderabad-based Shantha Biotechnics Private Ltd., a 50:50 Oman-India joint venture, has purchased a US pharmaceutical firm specialized in the research
Oman and the Sultanate of Brunei held on Monday talks on bilateral relations in various fields, with focus on oil and gas cooperation.
February 26, 2001
The third meeting of the Oman-Turkey joint committee began in Ankara Sunday.
The Muscat municipality has decided to ban smoking sheesha or hubble bubble in public places starting from March 15th.
February 25, 2001
Oman’s ministry of higher education in co-operation with the UNESCO will host an international conference on higher education from 17th to 19th March
Barely five months after easing the regulations for personal bank loans, the Central Bank of Oman seems poised to tighten them again
Oman's oil production in 2000 increased by 5.8 percent from the preceding year, the official ONA news agency reported.
February 18, 2001
National Pharmaceutical Industries Company (NPI), the Omani first pharmaceutical formulations manufacturing company, will begin production in April
A trade delegation from Bristol Chamber of Commerce is seeking business with Oman and UAE
February 14, 2001
Oman announced on February 13th that four international energy companies have been short listed to develop its natural gas sector.
February 12, 2001
Gulfstream Resources is planning operations to significantly boost gas reserves in its Hafar Block 30 development in central Oman, reported Oman Obser
Oman's Sixth Five-year Plan (2001-2005) targets 4.5 percent growth in the industrial sector and 11 percent in industrial exports, with putting much em