Doing Business in Oman
While the markets of other Arab countries, such as the United Arab Emirates, are saturated and the costs of establishing and developing a business have risen sharply, Oman is reducing its restrictions and establishing itself as a suitable business center for investment. Oman’s new investment law has eased many restrictions, including on companies’ equity, so today foreigners can own the entire shares of their business. Other measures that have been taken are developing commercial infrastructure and facilitating visa-free travel to the country. The book “Doing Business in Oman” written by members of ESK Law Firm based on the latest legal changes in this country and contains the most important information for starting a business in compliance with all laws, including company rules, competition law, tax, social security, environmental regulations, and methods of dispute resolutions.
ESK Law Firm, with its connections in Oman, helps its clients in various stages of entering into the markets, establishment and development, and facilitates foreign investment in the country