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Oman E-Commerce Market Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts Report 2021 - 2026 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

Tyler Morning Telegraph 17 May 2021
The "Oman E-Commerce Market - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The Oman E-Commerce Market was valued at USD 2.19 billion in 2020, and it is expected to reach USD 6.52 billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 20.1% during the forecast period (2021-2026).
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COVID-19: Oman's gyms still closed, beauty salons to open today

Gulf News 15 May 2021
Muscat Municipality Communications Centre has clarified about the activities that will and will not be resumed after the lockdown stops in Oman today ... Work will resume from tomorrow across all offices, including private and government apparatus with ...
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COVID-19: Etihad, Philippine carriers suspend flights between Dubai and Manila

Gulf News 14 May 2021
The UAE national carrier, Etihad Airways and the carriers, Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific, have cancelled their flights from Dubai to Manila, following the decision of the Philippine government on Thursday evening to impose a travel ban for “all travellers going to the Philippines coming from Oman and the UAE from May 15 until May 31”.
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COVID-19: Etihad, Philippine carriers suspend flights between UAE and Manila

Gulf News 14 May 2021
“In line with the latest directives issued by the government of the Philippines, passengers from the UAE and Oman will not be accepted for travel to Manila (MNL) effective Friday 14 May at 23.59 UAE time until further notice, with the exemption of Filipino citizens who are part of the government repatriation programme.
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COVID-19: UAE, Philippine carriers suspend flights Manila links

Gulf News 14 May 2021
All major carriers of the UAE and the Philippines have cancelled their flights from Dubai to Manila, following the decision of the Philippine government on Thursday evening to impose a travel ban on “all travellers going to the Philippines coming from Oman and the UAE from May 15 until May 31”.
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COVID-19: Etihad, Emirates and Philippine carriers ban passengers from UAE on flights to Manila

Gulf News 14 May 2021
All major carriers of the UAE and the Philippines have cancelled their flights to Manila, following the decision of the Philippine government on Thursday evening to impose a travel ban on “all travellers going to the Philippines coming from Oman and the UAE from May 15 until May 31”.
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Oman Lifts Coronavirus-Related Night Curfew Starting From Saturday

Urdu Point 13 May 2021
Since March 25, Oman imposed a ban on the movement of people and vehicles across the country from 8 p.m ... In addition, only half of the staff of Oman's organizations and companies can work from offices, while the rest are required to do their jobs remotely.
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Oman condemns attack on Al Aqsa Mosque

Gulf News 09 May 2021
Oman’s Foreign Ministry has condemned the attack of Israeli forces in the courtyards of the Al Aqsa Mosque. The statement by Oman’s FM said that Oman rejects the policies and procedures that result in the displacement of Palestinian people from their homes in the city of Jerusalem.
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Red Sea International Company names new CEO

Gulf Daily News 09 May 2021
With offices in the UAE, Oman and Kuwait, RSI is one of the largest manufacturers of modular buildings in the GCC with over 40 years' experience in the oil and gas, affordable ...
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Heavy rains and flooding dampen Eid spirits in Oman

The National 06 May 2021
Heavy rain flooded parts of Oman on Thursday, damaging properties and injuring dozens of people, state media reported ... Oman’s meteorology office said more seasonal rains are expected in the next few days ... Oman’s health workers banned from resigning amid Covid surge. Oman suspends arrivals from the Philippines and Egypt.
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COVID-19: Oman issues new restrictions; cancels Eid prayers

The Siasat Daily 04 May 2021
The country of Oman has issued a new set of restrictions across the country to prevent COVID-19 pandemic. Oman will not hold public ... The Supreme Committee against COVID in Oman has asked the private sector to implement online operations and reduce the number of employees in offices.
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Alan Duncan’s Diaries: An Insider’s Account of Boris Johnson, Brexit and Britain’s Middle East Secrets

GlobalResearch 04 May 2021
Now Alan Duncan, a middle-ranking Foreign Office minister, delivers a behind-the-scenes account of these last five turbulent years of political life in Britain, titled In the Thick of It ... Britain’s close relationship with the strategically vital Gulf state of Oman ... In 2014, Cameron appointed him a special envoy to Oman, a job he took very seriously.
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COVID-19: Oman imposes new curfew

Gulf News 03 May 2021
The Supreme Committee for Combatting Coronavirus in Oman has urged the private sector to implement online working and reduce the number of employees in offices.
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Proper tea: Mideast investors snap up British homes in 2021

Arab News 03 May 2021
Figures from Knight Frank found that over the last decade (2010-2020), GCC states, excluding Oman, together invested £8 billion into London’s office market, £1.2 billion of that since 2018.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Psst! Ex-spy boss Sir Richard Dearlove could find profit in making Covid ...

The Daily Mail 02 May 2021
Shops are open, restaurants and bars are opening, the sun is shining, albeit sporadically, and life is slowly returning to normal. There is a long way to go, however – and plenty of unanswered questions ... Safeguarding health ... Share ... An acquisition is expected shortly and Ilube plans to open an office in Oman, where demand for UK tech services is high ... .
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