Salalah Port: A vision realised

Thomas, Karen
January 1999
Middle East;Jan99, Issue 286, p37
Reports on the opening of Salalah Container Port in Oman, operated by Salalah Port Services Co. Economic benefits to be gained by the country from the port; Attraction of large-scale foreign investment; Factors that will contribute to the success of the port; Planned partnership with other competitors.


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