Oman, Singapore explore investments

Among others, Oman seeks expertise from Singapore in water treatment

Oman and Singapore are moving closer to look for bilateral investment opportunities, it turned out at the Oman Investment Forum which was hosted by the Singapore Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (SFCCI) on November 6 in Singapore.

The forum was organised and held in coincidence with the 12th meeting of the Oman-Singapore Joint Committee. Both events were focusing on know-how exchange as well as investment in infrastructure, tourism and food security.

Government institutions in the Sultanate said they were eager to learn from the Singaporean experience. For example, the Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources in Oman has sought details of Singapore’s expertise in waste management, wastewater treatment and monitoring health and food safety.

The meetings also discussed cooperation in tourism through promoting tourism between the Sultanate and Singapore, the possibility of attracting tourists from Singapore and strengthening the existing cooperation between Oman’s Information Technology Authority and its counterpart in Singapore through the creation of new partnerships. Oman urged companies from Singapore to invest in information technology in the Sultanate.

The Oman-Singapore Joint Committee discussed about coordination between the Omani Public Establishment for Industrial Estates and their counterparts in Singapore, as Singaporean companies have been urged to invest in the industrial sector.  Infrastructure projects and investment opportunities especially in ports airports and free zone at Salalah, Sohar and Al Duqum and other places in the Sultanate have also been highlighted.

A further strategy is to market Omani products in Singapore and to set up a productivity center and center for development of the food industry in Oman.



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[caption id="attachment_5153" align="alignleft" width="300"] Among others, Oman seeks expertise from Singapore in water treatment[/caption] Oman and Singapore are moving closer to look for bilateral investment opportunities, it turned out at the Oman Investment Forum which was hosted by the Singapore Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (SFCCI) on November 6 in Singapore. The forum was organised and held in coincidence with the 12th meeting of the Oman-Singapore Joint Committee. Both events were focusing on know-how exchange as well as investment in infrastructure, tourism and food security. Government institutions in the Sultanate said they were eager to learn from the...

Among others, Oman seeks expertise from Singapore in water treatment

Oman and Singapore are moving closer to look for bilateral investment opportunities, it turned out at the Oman Investment Forum which was hosted by the Singapore Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (SFCCI) on November 6 in Singapore.

The forum was organised and held in coincidence with the 12th meeting of the Oman-Singapore Joint Committee. Both events were focusing on know-how exchange as well as investment in infrastructure, tourism and food security.

Government institutions in the Sultanate said they were eager to learn from the Singaporean experience. For example, the Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources in Oman has sought details of Singapore’s expertise in waste management, wastewater treatment and monitoring health and food safety.

The meetings also discussed cooperation in tourism through promoting tourism between the Sultanate and Singapore, the possibility of attracting tourists from Singapore and strengthening the existing cooperation between Oman’s Information Technology Authority and its counterpart in Singapore through the creation of new partnerships. Oman urged companies from Singapore to invest in information technology in the Sultanate.

The Oman-Singapore Joint Committee discussed about coordination between the Omani Public Establishment for Industrial Estates and their counterparts in Singapore, as Singaporean companies have been urged to invest in the industrial sector.  Infrastructure projects and investment opportunities especially in ports airports and free zone at Salalah, Sohar and Al Duqum and other places in the Sultanate have also been highlighted.

A further strategy is to market Omani products in Singapore and to set up a productivity center and center for development of the food industry in Oman.



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