The recent amendments to Omani Insurance Company Law require all insurance companies in Oman to be incorporated or registered as public joint stock companies with a minimum paid-up share capital of RO10mn.
This is the first of a two-part article look ing at the main tax issues affecting businesses.
The Ministry of Oil and Gas sets out an ambitious plan for Oman’s oil and gas sector during the next five years, at its 2014 annual briefing. Oommen John P reports on the details.
Galfar Engineering and Contracting has etched a name as one of the pioneering construction companies in the Sultanate
As we step into 2014, CEOs and business leaders share their thoughts on the opportunities that the economy presents, the imponderables that need to be addressed and how a changing demographic is set to bring about a sea change.
The Media and External Affairs Sub-Committee of the Oman Insurance Association, formed about over a year ago, has drawn up a number of plans to promote and raise awareness about insurance in the country in line with the stated aims and objectives of the association.
PR can help organisations break through, by generating engaging stories with coherent and relevant information.
The price of Brent crude will have a bearing on the stock market fortunes of oil majors like BP, Occidental and Schlumberger.