Oman’s Ministry of Commerce launches Fast Track Initiative program

Muscat: The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion launches the Fast Track Initiative, one of the main initiatives of the “Invest in Oman” program with the aim of accelerating the completion and completion of a number of investment projects through its support and assistance

Emphasizing the progress of its work within the ministry’s efforts to improve the business environment and attract more foreign investments to the Sultanate of Oman.

MoCIIP also launched the Fast Track Initiative, which aims, in its first phase, to complete 39 investment projects. The initiative is one of the main initiatives of the “Invest in Oman” programme.

The ministry added: “The initiative includes forming a specialised team to study projects with various stakeholders, targeting 39 investment projects in the first phase, and aim to completing the executive position of 27 investment projects at 100 per cent, improving the business environment and bringing more foreign investments to the Sultanate, and identifying and presenting a number of ready investment opportunities and promoted it locally and internationally.”

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