Defined by a modest level of market capitalisation and limited liquidity, the Sultanate has two key advantages, including a favourable demographic and a diverse range of long-term growth prospects.
Ranked 56th worldwide and 6th in the Middle East (2015) for economic freedom, Oman’s governance, law, size of government, regulatory efficiency and open markets indicate a high level of choice, protection and increased competitiveness.
Oman’s regulatory efficiency and open markets indicate the diversity of its business opportunities.
Oman is a ‘frontier economy’ with strong growth potential. Furthering its ongoing agenda for economic diversification, the Sultanate is ripe for investment and development, with an increasing number of accommodative policies and new strategic intermediaries such as ASAAS coming online.