Consistently high oil prices mean that Oman’s economy, like the rest of the Gulf, is very strong and continues to grow. Record budget surpluses are adding impetus to Oman’s ongoing infrastructure and industrial development programme.
Oil and gas exports provide the backbone of Oman’s economy but production of oil is falling. Current economic policy, is to gradually decrease the country’s reliance on oil through downstream oil industry development, port development, IT start-ups, fisheries, and a expanded tourism industry
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GOVUK brings together information relating to Oman from various UK government departments plus the British Embassy in Oman.
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