“Increasing domestic and foreign investments on non-oil sectors, Omani government provides opportunities to encourage investors to participate. Accordingly, extensive plans are proposed for development of Iranian private sectors in the Oman trade markets for the first time in this period,” said Seyed Ali Etedali and added that “Iranian companies can attend this national event in Muscat to stabilize and develop Islamic Republic of Iran’s markets.”
Pointing to Iran-Oman trade and economic relations as well as Omani government’s plan for replacing oil revenues by non-oil economy till 2020 he added that the exhibition would be an opportunity for developing industrial relations and export between two countries.
With reference to Iran’s exhibition in Oman, Etedali stated that “car industries, services, food industries, industrial and infrastructure industries, and large manufacturing plants have attended this course, so many extensive meetings in this regards are going to be held.”
“Islamic Republic of Iran’s exhibition in Oman will be held in Muscat from 26th to 30th January, 2016. Also this exhibition is aimed at providing opportunities for investment, trade and manufacturing, consuming goods, banking and insurance services, engineering services, tourism, handicrafts and country’s export capabilities,” he added.
He expressed that this exhibition is intended to result in Iranian companies’ joint activities to gain market share in goods and services at Oman, the capital of the Arabic country, also international exhibitions stock company of Islamic Republic of Iran had held private exhibition on behalf of the government at Muscat, the capital of Oman last year in December.