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Oman-India Forum all Set to Attract Indian investors

Oman India forum all set to attract Indian investors

Oman-India Forum all Set to Attract Indian investors

The Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (Madayn) arranged an Oman-India Investment Meet between September 29 to September 30 at Crowne Plaza in Muscat under the support of Yahya bin Said Al Jabri, who is the Chairman of the Special Economic Zone Authority at Duqm (Sezad) and Chairman of Ithraa.

The event falls within the endeavours of Madayn to pull in new foreign investments to the Sultanate and bolster affiliation with the private sector, specifically in the industrial sector. The meet hosted a very high-profile Indian business delegation comprising almost 35 businessmen who represented various sectors like food, logistics, telecommunications, information technology and renewable energy. Many business and investment officials who represented the public and private sectors in the Sultanate also came for the event.

This event also provided a perfect platform to highlight the investment opportunities available in Oman and Madayn’s industrial towns in particular. It also opened a great opportunity for exploring alliances between the Omani and Indian organizations and factories, which would ultimately add more value to the national economy, offer more job opportunities for the Omani groups in the industrial sector and allow business setup in Oman.

This high level event also highlighted Madayn’s vision in improving the Sultanate’s rank as a leading regional hub of manufacturing, innovation and entrepreneurship excellence, information and communications technology (ICT), and its quest in enticing industrial investments and offering continued support, through regionally and internationally-competitive policies, strong infrastructure, newer value-adding services, and simple and easy-to-manage governmental processes.

The event came in line with Madayn’s attempts to attain its key objectives which include pulling in global investments into the Sultanate while localising the national capital; thus, encouraging the private sector to realise sustainable economic and social development; attaining environmental sustainability, and also help in creating new job opportunities for the national factions and encourage company registration in Oman.

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