Financial rules change in Oman

May 1997
Middle East;May97, Issue 267, p31
Reports that the Sultanate of Oman has revised its tax and investment laws to encourage foreign investment in local industries. Simplification of project taxation involving foreign funds; Reduction of tax rates for Omani-registered companies; Introduction of new withholding tax for foreign based companies.


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