Latest Outline of Oman Stories

2010-11-04 07:21:00

DUBAI, UAE, November 4, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the Oman Infrastructure Report Q4 2010, published recently by companiesandmarkets.com, Oman's infrastructure sector will remain one of the most active in the region thanks to continued government spending, the economy's relative insulation from the downturn and the focus on reforming its investment climate to attract foreign investors. The same report states that 'the construction industry is valued at US$3.7bn this year and...

2008-09-29 06:00:26

Oman to invest USD 5 billion in domestic steel industry in 2008 Danube to leverage booming market by investing AED 50 million in a new steel facility in Oman The Sultanate of Oman is aiming to become one of the Gulf region's top iron and steel producer, with plans to invest USD 5 billion to boost productivity and construct new facilities as part of the government's efforts to broaden the base of its economy for the coming years.

2008-09-24 15:00:56

Text of report in English by Iranian official government news agency IRNA website Tehran, 24 Sept: The issue of gas deal between the Islamic Republic, Oman and Pakistan will be pursued next week in Tehran.

2006-07-21 11:10:11

MUSCAT (Reuters) - Oman hopes its free trade pact with the United States to provide it with a market for new petrochemical and aluminum exports, helping the Gulf Arab state diversify its energy-dependent economy, a government official said on Friday. The U.S.

2006-07-20 14:19:03

By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly approved a free trade pact with the Gulf Arab state of Oman, after a debate focused on the safety of U.S. ports and protections for Omani workers.

2006-07-11 16:48:14

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Democrats opposed to a free trade pact with Oman said on Tuesday that new reforms to the Gulf Arab state's labor laws fall short of what is needed to win their support for the agreement.

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  • The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
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The word 'adustion' comes from the Latin 'adustio', 'burning'.