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Oman conducts its economic relations with other countries on the basis of free market principles. Oman encourages free trade, the participation of the private sector in all aspects of social and economic activity, and supports international agreements on intellectual property and foreign investment. Oman adopts a multilateral approach to the global economy, in recognition of the way in which globalization links all economies with one another.
Country is now developing infrastructure in an effort to depart from the oil-dependent economic structure and to diversify its industries by making the most of its geographical advantages of being a link to Africa, Europe and Asia with several good ports outside the Persian Gulf.
Min Salary: OMR 3,700 Per Month
Fringe Benefits & Perks : Yes
Public Holidays: Yes
Job Type: Contractual & Permanent
During Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, Omanis refrain from eating or drinking between sunrise and sunset. They break their fast with coffee and dates followed shortly thereafter by a ritual meal, often shared with family and close friends, of elaborate foods heavy in oils and spices. Today the way of life in the country is a balance between the modern conveniences of the world with the clothing, traditions, and culture of the past.