U.S.-Oman Free Trade Agreement
Oman entered into a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) 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).
- Safeguarding intellectual property rights, labor and environmental standards, and dispute settlement procedures to improve the regulatory climate for bilateral trade and investment.
To review Oman FTA Fact Sheet please click here (PDF 367 KB).
To learn more about the FTA and how it may benefit your business, visit www.omanusfta.com.
For questions about potential trade barriers, please contact the U.S. Embassy at: email@example.com , copying the U.S. Department of Commerce Trade Agreement Compliance Program at: firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about how the Trade Compliance Center can help, please visit: www.trade.gov/tcc.
Embassy: Phone: +968 2464-3400
Embassy: Fax: +968 2469-6928
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