Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present his third budget for the Narendra Modi government. Jaitley faces a tough task of balancing the needs of farm sector as well as the industry as he seeks to garner resources to boost public spending for higher growth amid global economic upheaval.
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The 2016 budget aims to stimulate economic growth and spending on high-priority socio-economic and development projects, while continuing to provide support and a positive environment for growth and investment in the private sector.
The Committee in charge of studying and fixing the sale price of oil products in the Sultanate on Monday held a meeting and approved a number of procedures including the new pricing for oil products (regular, super and diesel).
On Saturday, Oman government announced its state Budget for the year 2016. The total revenue of the country was down by 4 cent estimated at OMR8.6 billion.
Power is an intangible construct and means different things to different people. Simply put, it is an ability to influence people and events. Power is also a measure of success and a look at OER’s 50 Most Influential People in Business underscores the point.
The cream of Oman’s corporate world, including business leaders, head honchos and top managers attended the OER CEO Golf 2015 which took place at Muscat Hills on 4th December followed by a gala dinner and prize distribution ceremony on December 5 at InterContinental Gardens.
The Sultanate, full of pride and trust, celebrates the 45th Glorious National Day on Wednesday. The blessed modern Renaissance is continuing its endeavours to achieve more progress and prosperity for the Sultanate under the wise leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos.
OER-United Securities fastest Growing Companies in Oman Survey 2015, reveals a list of stellar companies which are beating market averages by a stretch. An OER report.
OER Finance Summit and Top 20 awards held in Muscat on October 20 turned the spotlight on cost efficiency, tapping investment opportunities and diversifying the economy to offset the falling oil prices.
Oman’s nominal gross domestic product fell 14.2 per cent to OMR13.552 billion from OMR15.791 billion for the same period last year as weak crude prices took a toll on the oil sector.