New millennium, new frontiers

Smith, Pam
May 1999
Middle East;May99, Issue 290, p23
Reports on the optimism of international financial institutions on the economic outlook of Oman. Reforms in capital markets legislation, banking and private investment; Investment opportunity offered by the country; Financial report released during the `Banking and Finance: New Millennium, New Frontiers' business conference held in the country in March 1999; Views of the Omani delegation to the conference.


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