Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Oman

Oman: Significant Drop In Expat Remittances This Year

Decreasing expat numbers due to the current Omanisation policies have led to a significant dip in remittances sent home by expat residents in Oman...

Oman’s economic future is bright as energy exports rise

Oman's economy is expected to grow faster this year and the next as rising oil and gas production boosts exports while the government increases...

Oman: Trafficked Ugandan girl dies

A Ugandan girl, said to be one of those trafficked to Oman, has died with reports linking her death to torture.The 24 year-old, identified...

Oman: 900 workers approach Indian embassy over “no pay” claims

Some 900 workers at an engineering company in Oman claim they have not been paid since April and have appealed to the Indian embassy...

Most beggars in Oman are expatriates

Muscat: Expats and illegal migrants - some under the age of 12 - made up over 80 per cent of those caught begging on the...

Oman: New Rules To Protect Expat Workers

Oman’s Ministry of Manpower has introduced a number of new regulations designed to help protect the rights of expat workers in the sultanate, according...

Qatar Airways launches new routes after GCC crisis reduces its network

Qatar Airways said on Monday it would start flights to Sohar in Oman and Prague next month, the first new routes to be announced...

GCC: Oman To Become Fastest Growing Economy In 2019

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted that Oman will become the fastest growing economy in the GCC region next year. The sultanate’s real...

Oman: More than a thousand arrested or deported for violations

Over 500 expats were deported from Oman, while 774 were found violating labour laws and a total of 764 labourers were arrested in three...

UAE & Oman To Be The Gulf’s Fastest Growing Economies In...

The UAE and Oman will be the Gulf region’s fastest growing economies in 2019, according to a new report by the Institute of International...
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