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Concerning parties follows various laws and regulations for investment promotion in different business sectors as well as enacted some laws related to commerce such as:


Tenders and Consultancies:

Tenders law no. 36\2008 was issued in March 24th 2008, on tenders. The Tender Board , founded in 1972, takes the full responsibility of tenders and related matter.

This section provides some services related to tenders like:


In addition, Oman Chamber offers other services like providing consultancies and advice with respect to the current economic situation in the country and the business chances available for investors.

Doing a business:

There is no doubt that the Sultanate’s features and different natural resources encourage investors to utilize many opportunities in Oman. However, before starting a business

there are some procedures that investors have to put into consideration such as:

  1. Satisfying the conditions of starting a business
  2. Record a new commercial registration
  3. Obtaining a permit or license from concerning parties to set up a business


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