Siddiqi, Moin A.
November 2000
Middle East;Nov2000, Issue 306, p28
Focuses on economic conditions in Oman. Linking of growth of economy to the continued strength of the oil market; Government's maintenance of fiscal prudence despite the oil windfall since late 1999; Comparison with international liquidity position of other countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council; Prioritization of diversification in long-term economic plans.


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