The economy of Oman is rural and agrarian. Located at the confluence of the Arabian Sea and the Persian Gulf, the country borders the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to the northwest, the Arabian Sea to the south and east, Yemen to the southwest, and Saudi Arabia to the west.
The government also undertook some important policy measures during 2018 with the establishment of a commercial arbitration centre, the adoption of a new commercial companies’ law, and a further streamlining of licensing processes through Invest Easy in order to improve the business and investment climate and promote private sector-led growth in the Sultanate.
In 2018 Oman imported a total of $33.5B, making it the number 66th trade destination in the world.
In 2018 Oman exported a total of $41.1B, making it the number 56th exporter in the world.
World Heavy Oil Exhibition & Congress (WHOC)
Date : 03-09 Sept 2020
Place : Muscat, Oman
Oman Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (OGWA)
Date: 16-09 Sept 2020 Place : Muscat, Oman