Mathai, Shilpa
December 2000
Middle East;Dec2000, Issue 307, p23
Discusses the impact of the World Trade Organization on Oman. Opportunity for Omani products to compete and enter different markets without difficulty; Need for Omani industries to innovate; Benefits for consumers of increasing bank efficiency.


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