September 27, 2000
<b>Date:</b> Sep 27 - Oct 3, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Oman International Exhibition Center, Oman <b>Specifics:</b> International Consumer Exhibition <b>Coordination by:</b> Oman International T
September 26, 2000
Oman has sent out its first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) with South Korea as its first customer, in an important step by the sultanate to r
September 25, 2000
Bank Muscat and Commercial Bank of Oman signed an agreement to complete the merger of the two financial institutes to create a 1.3 billion rial ($3.38 billion) bank, the banks announced last week.
September 24, 2000
A second series of raids on companies suspected of using pirated software was conducted by the Omani Ministry of National Heritage and Culture (MNHC),
Oman Air, the national carrier of the sultanate, will in three weeks open its office in the Qatari capital, an official from the told the Gulf Times S
The Omani ministry of national heritage and culture has conducted a second set of raids on corporations suspected of using pirated software in Muscat. According to the software industry’s anti-piracy
September 20, 2000
The Syrian ruling Al-Baath party newspaper implicitly attacked Oman's foreign minister Wednesday for meeting Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak during
The Omani port of Salalah, which is to be boosted by a free trade zone, aims to add two more berths and join the league of megaports catering for the world's biggest ships.
September 19, 2000
The Omani port of Salalah, which is to be boosted by a free trade zone, aims to add two more berths and join the league of megaports catering for the
No Omani staff will be sacked as a result of the merger between BankMuscat and Commercial Bank of Oman (Combank), which was signed on Sunday night, th
BankMuscat and Commercial Bank of Oman (Combank) have merged to create the largest bank in the sultante with assets of $3.4 billion, an official source said Monday.
On last Thursday, 175,000 men and women went to the polls in the Sultanate of Oman to elect a new 83-member Majlis al-Shura, which will sit from 2001 to 2003. But, while the Gulf State claims to be am
September 15, 2000
Two women were elected out of 83 seats contested in the first direct election to an advisory council in Oman.
September 14, 2000
Omanis begin voting for a new advisory council in the Gulf sultanate's first direct polls, with 21 women candidates standing for office in a new test
Oman has turned its attention to tourism and many investors are ready to help develop the industry for the Gulf sultanate. One major investment in Omani tourism already has been a $450 million tourist