February 25, 2001
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
February 11, 2001
The Central Bank of Oman (CBO) has allowed commercial banks operating in Oman to sell insurance policies in partnership with any insurance companies i
Oman’s one-billion-dollar Sohar aluminum smelter, promoted by the Abu Dhabi and Omani governments, is set to be commissioned by 2003.
February 10, 2001
Oman's health ministry denied press reports saying that the Gulf state has imported contaminated human blood.
February 8, 2001
Oman Air on Monday ordered two airplanes from US giant Boeing and rented three others in deals worth a total of $105 million.
February 6, 2001
Oman\'s foreign minister, Youssef bin Alawi arrived in Riyadh Monday for talks with Saudi officials on enhancing bilateral ties.
Oman Air has signed a sixty-million-dollar-deal to acquire five Boeing 737s (four 737-700s and one 737-800) with options for two additional 737-700s.
February 5, 2001
Oman\'s defense minister, Sayyid Badr Busaidy, arrived Sunday in Ankara for talks with Turkish officials on strengthening defense ties.
Oman should introduce more economic reforms to support its efforts to attract foreign investors to its oil-dependent economy.
February 4, 2001
The Omani banking sector suffered a drop in profit for the second year in a row, when the profits of 17 commercial banks fell by 5.2 percent in 1999.