AS THE the third largest country in the Arabian peninsula that has consistently ranked high for economic freedom and peace and stability in the Middle East, Oman paints an attractive picture for...

WITH sparkling turquoise wadis (valleys), stunning gorges, mountains and unspoilt beaches, Oman is bursting with nature, and the government is leveraging on its natural beauty to hit its goal of...

ENSURING that its information and communications technology capabilities are kept relevant and competitive is key for Oman, and the sultanate is making huge strides towards achieving its 2030 Digital...

AS THE Sultanate of Oman celebrated its 47th National Day on Nov 18, 2017, the past 47 years have seen a march towards development in Oman, through domestic development plans and programmes set out...

OMAN has a moderate foreign policy based on internationally accepted principles.

SINGAPORE companies have been actively involved in investing in Oman and the last two years have seen significant cooperation in various projects.

OMAN has excellent port and logistics infrastructure that it has developed with an eye to the future. The Sultanate has two well-developed ports at strategic locations on the main East-West trade...

AS Oman seeks to develop its economy further, the logistics sector is seen playing a vital role and is key to increasing inward investment, non-oil exports and the nation's competitiveness. ...

The Sultanate of Oman celebrates National Day on the 18th of November. This historic date marks a major turning point in the life of Omani citizens - the beginning of a modern renaissance under the...

PERHAPS not so well known to the rest of the world is the fact that Oman has a long history of trading and industry.