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  • (824236) Visitors to the Salalah Tourist Season until the end of 17/09/20189 ​With a growth rate of 28.5%, Omanis represented 72.1% , Emiratis 9.3% and GCC  nationals 9.3% .
  • More than RO 7.034 billion in (GDP) of the Sultanate by the end of the first quarter of 2018 ​Oil activities led to a growth of 16.5%, recording 2.3 billion RO  compared to RO 2.6 billion at the end of the first quarter of 2017.
  • 17.7% increase in producer prices in the Sultanate during the second quarter of 2018 ​Mainly driven by a surge in oil and gas prices by 20.6 percent and non-oil products prices by 5.5 percent.
  • Oman’s trade surplus surges to OMR1.7 billion by April 2018 end ​The total export of goods to the Sultanate was OMR 5.10 billion, which is an increase of 27.7% compared with that of the end of April 2017.

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1,751,196 43.90%
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2,271,196 56.10%
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12 %

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2017
98.68 %

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2016
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