Muscat: The Sultanate of Oman ranked 49th in the Global Opportunity Index for 2022, issued by the Milken Institute, an economic research institution based in California, and topped the Arab countries with the UAE, Qatar and Bahrain in the index.
The Global Opportunity Index measures the attractiveness of countries to international investors, using a combination of economic, financial, institutional and regulatory factors.
The business perception monitors the constraints facing businesses, the ease of conflict resolution, the country’s macroeconomic outlook, the talents of its workforce, the potential for future innovation and development, the depth and breadth of the state’s access to financial services, the extent to which state institutions assist or impede business activity, and the extent to which a state is integrated. in the international community and its possible compatibility with international standards.
Sweden topped the index, followed by Britain, followed by Denmark, followed by Finland.
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