Oman

January 24, 2001

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Cooperation between Oman and Iran in the strategic Arab Gulf and Oman Sea can help bring about a durable peace in the region, Iran\'s first vice-presi

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Various government measures aimed at propping up Oman’s faltering bourse have failed to give any significant boost to performance and the government has now said that there will be no further interven

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Oman is completing a proposal for a third train to boost the country’s production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the cost of 377 million rials ($980 million), according to the Omani economics minis

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Various government measures aimed at propping up Oman’s faltering bourse have failed to give any significant boost to performance and the government has now said that there will be no further interven

January 22, 2001

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Oman\'s deputy prime minister, Fahd Bin Mahmoud is due in Tehran on Tuesday for talks on expanding bilateral ties between the two countries.

January 21, 2001

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Oman plans to increase its defense budget by 38 percent in a drive to increase procurement for, and training of its military.

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Oman\'s Salalah Port Services (SPS) is offering 5.16 million shares in a rights issue between January 25 and February 8 to finance an expansion drive in the container port it operates.

January 15, 2001

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An Omani company faces prosecution after it was caught selling 62 personal computers with illegal software, according to the Business Software Allianc

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Oman will soon issue a new law governing the exploration and exploitation of minerals with the primary aim of encouraging private companies to invest

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Oman has joined the beef banning bandwagon in the Middle East and has curbed beef imports from some of the European Union countries, as a precautionar

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India is holding up a joint venture to build a fertilizer plant in Oman, National Economy Minister Ahmad bin Abdulnabi Mekki said in an interview published on Thursday.

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The government of the Sultanate of Oman has announced that it intends to privatize the Salalah Electricity Station, making it the fourth such privately operated power provider in the country.

January 11, 2001

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The governor of the Sultanate of Oman, Sultan Qabous Bin Said Sultan, has approved the nation’s sixth five-year economic plan, which will run though 2005.

January 9, 2001

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Omani and French trade officials discussed Monday in Muscat ways of reinforcing trade relations between the two countries, especially in the field of

January 8, 2001

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Oman has delayed the privatization of the telecom sector until March, more than a year behind schedule, National Economy Minister Ahmad bin Abdulnabi Mekki.