Oman, an Arab country with Muscat as its capital, lies in the south-east end of the Arabian Peninsula. Oman’s attractiveness as an investment location can be attributed to a number of factors, including its limited taxation and proximity to other Gulf markets.It shares its borders with 5 countries, namely, Yemen, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and the UAE. It has been the centre of investment for foreign investors for a long time.
The country has a monarchical type of government promoting business and commerce. The country has been developing itself year after year.
By 2040, the economic growth of Oman is expected to grow by 10%. Presently, it holds a population of 4.7 billion. According to the World Bank, it has been ranked 71st for the ease of doing business in 2018.