Financial report

November 1999
Middle East;Nov99, Issue 295, p26
Reports economic updates on Oman as of November 1999. Standards of public services and life expectancy; Rank among the developing countries and in the league of Arab oil producers; Dominance of the petroleum industry; Energy production and exports; Commitment to reforms and diversification of industry; Expansion of the non-oil sector.


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