Welcome to the Commercial Section of the U.S. Embassy in Oman. The Commercial Section is dedicated to creating closer commercial ties between Oman and United States through various services, programs and events. We offer facilitation and referrals as well as some fee-based services such as International Company Profiles, International Partner Searches, and Gold Key Services.
We can be contacted at: email@example.com or +968-2464-3784 from 0800-1630 Saturday through Wednesday. Please note that Oman is 8 hours ahead of EST and our weekend falls on Thursday and Friday.
Many of your questions may be answered in our comprehensive guide to doing business in Oman; the annual Country Commercial Guide, available here: Doing Business in Oman: 2012 Country Commercial Guide for U.S. Companies (PDF- 772 KB).
For more information on services available to facilitate trading with the United States, please visit: www.export.gov/oman/.
Oman entered into a Free Trade Agreement with Oman on January 1, 2009. The FTA between the United States and Oman spurs investment and trade in goods and services by:
- eliminating most tariff and nontariff barriers;
- expediting the movement of goods and the provision of services;
- strengthening protections for investors (including allowing them to fully own a business without a local partner);
- and safeguarding intellectual property rights, labor and environmental standards, and dispute settlement procedures to improve the regulatory climate for bilateral trade and investment.
To learn more about the FTA and how it may benefit your business, please visit: www.omanusfta.com.
The Commercial Section publishes a quarterly U.S. - Oman Trade Bulletin which provides an overview of our commercial activities and trade events.
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Embassy: Fax: +968 2469-6928
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