Private Sector a Key Partner In Oman’s Vision 2040

Muscat: Oman’s Private sector is a key partner in the country’s efforts towards economic expansion and social development as enshrined in Vision 2040.

Stating this, Qais bin Mohammed Al Yousef, Minister of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion, said” His Majesty Sultan Bin Tarik Al Said has launched Oman Vision 2040, which focuses on attracting foreign direct investment and developing the private sector as a priority.”

Oman is delivering a better than ever pro-business environment, making it even easier for international businesses to take advantage of opportunities in logistics, fisheries, mining, tourism, manufacturing and so much more said MOCIIP.

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