June 27, 2004
The Omani government’s total revenues rose 5.2 per cent in the first four months of this year to 1.2 billion rials ($3.1 billion), mainly due to a surge in the Sultanate’s natural gas revenues.
June 24, 2004
Nawras Telecom, in which Qatar Telecom and Tele Denmark Communications (TDC) will hold a nearly 70 per cent stake, plans to offer mobile telephone services that are at par with those available in Qata
The Unired Arab Emirates has inked bilateral air transportation agreements with Brazil and Argentina, paving the way for Emirates to launch flights to South America. Emirates launched its flights to
June 22, 2004
A large number of singers and musicians expressed their resentment for the unexpected decision by the Egyptian Musician Syndicate to accept Egyptian singer Ruby as a member, after all the commotion sh
Field works of a project to enumerate Salalah visitors during the Khareef season 2004 which is implemented by the Omani Ministry of National Economy in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Roy
Aden governor Yahya al-Showaibi welcomed on Monday Saudi investments in Aden city, especially in Aden Free Zone. In his meeting with board chairman of Bin Laden Group for Investments Amr Bin Laden, h
The Tender Board in Oman Monday announced that the Nawras Telecom Consortium formed by Qtel together with TDC and Omani partners, won the public tender for the second mobile licence in Oman.
June 17, 2004
BankMuscat (SAOG), the largest bank in the Sultanate of Oman, has launched a RO 25 million 6.25% fixed rate 10-year bond issue.
Acer Computer (M.E.) Ltd. Thursday announced that it has diversified its product range in the Middle East by introducing projectors, which have been designed to meet the needs of the home and corporat
June 15, 2004
Oman's Deputy Prime Minister Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said said in Muscat on Monday that officials of his country want to expand relations with Iran despi
The Ports Services Corporation started receiving the first batch of the new machinery purchased under an agreement signed between the corporation and the General Electronics and Trade Company and the
Morocco loses some US$ 510 million each year due to water pollution, said director general of the national office for drinking water (ONEP), Ali Fassi Fihri. Fihri, quoted by MAP, outlined that this
Dutch dry cleaning operator Clean Lease Randstad BV is establishing a regional unit, Clean Laundry Service (CLS), in Dubai for Dh55 million, said a top company official. CLS, to be set up in November
June 14, 2004
The Sultanate of Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed on Sunday a bilateral agreement to link the two countries on a common electricity grid.
Dubai Sports City (DSC) has signed a contract with Al Naboodah Contracting LLC to start the six month enabling work on the 50 million square foot development.