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Bulgaria says Oman has withdrawn arbitration claim over Corpbank
Oman’s sovereign wealth fund has withdrawn an 80 million euro claim against Bulgaria over the collapse of Corporate Commercial Bank (Corpbank), the Bulgarian finance ministry said.
Include egg exports from India in proposed FTA with Oman: Livestock farmer
Livestock farmers have requested the Centre to include egg exports from India in the free trade bilateral agreement with Oman, which is expected during the visit of Prime Minister to Oman this month.
Samsung Engineering settles dispute with Oman, ISDS withdrawn
Samsung Engineering’s longstanding dispute with the government of Oman has been resolved, and industry insiders expect the resolution to lead to increased business activity between the two down the road.
Iran ready for free trade with regional countries: Official
Iran is ready to establish preferential tariffs and free trade with some regional countries, particularly Afghanistan, Pakistan and Oman.
Samsung Engineering files for arbitration with Oman
Samsung Engineering said that it filed an international arbitration complaint against the Oman government earlier this week over an oil refinery plant deal worth $1 billion.
Oman, EU seek to boost bilateral trade, investment
Oman and the European Union (EU) are seeking to boost bilateral trade and investment by providing increased opportunities to the business communities on both sides to trade and exchange information.
Oman seeks to benefit from opportunities offered by FTAs
Eng. Ahmad bin Hassan Al Dheeb, Commerce and Industry Ministry undersecretary for Commerce and Industry said that the council of ministers’ assignment of the ministry to prepare tables that identify the Sultanate’s commitments towards World Trade Organisation (WTO) and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) came to enlighten private sector companies and establishments and the public on the benefits, advantages and disadvantages of those conventions.
First GCC-Asean business forum set
Aiming to explore further trade and investment opportunities in many areas, the Sultanate will host the first GCC-Asean Business Forum in February next year.
US-Oman FTA Opens up New opportunities
The Free Trade Agreement between Oman and the US will help open up a world of opportunities to the sultanate’s products and services and boost foreign investment into the country, said speakers at a seminar held by the Muscat Chapter of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
Oman urges India to sign FTA
India and Oman are in the final stages of setting up a $100-million fund that will be utilised in development and infrastructure projects in both nations. To boost trade relations with Oman and other Gulf nations, Oman has urged India to sign a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
New era in Oman-US trade relations
New Year day (1 January 2009) marked the entry into force of the Oman-US Free Trade Agreement
US, Oman free trade pact to be effective Jan 1
The United States said Monday that a free trade agreement with oil-rich Oman will enter into force on January 1 2009.
Oman-US FTA?
The two major areas holding up the implementation of the FTA are the liberalisation of the telecom sector and policy changes changes in the Sultanate’s software policy.
India to sign labour agreements with Malaysia, Oman and Bahrain
India has clinched labour agreements with Malaysia, Oman and Bahrain for protection and welfare of Indian emigrants in these countries.
Maqbool discusses FTA with EU delegation
Commerce and Industry Minister Maqbool bin Ali Sultan received here yesterday the European Union parliamentary delegation and briefed them on the Omani economy and the Sultanate’s future projects.
Singapore, Oman agree to boost bilateral investments
The Investment Guarantee Agreement between the two countries is expected to give businesses greater confidence and protection when investing. It will also help in the free trade agreement talks between Singapore and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Trade talks setback
Ministers from India and Oman offered different views on the progress of free-trade talks between India and Gulf countries, although both officials yesterday said a deal was achievable.
‘Speed up FTA talks with GCC countries’
Serious differences surfaced between commerce minister Kamal Nath and Oman commerce minister Maqbool Ali Sultan on Tuesday over the free trade agreement (FTA) between India and GCC countries.
Oman disappointed with pace of Indo-GCC FTA talks
Oman today expressed disappointment with the slow pace of talks on Free Trade Agreement between India and the Gulf Cooperative Council and asked officials of both sides to take it up on priority.
US reaffirms commitment on FTA with Oman
The United States yesterday reaffirmed its commitment for expanding trade ties between the two nations and implementing the free trade agreement (FTA) as early as possible.