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    is the field of economics that studies the behavior of the aggregate economy. Macroeconomics examines economy wide phenomena such as changes in unemployment, national income, rate of growth, gross domestic product, inflation and price level. The objectives of macroeconomics are to maximize the level...
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  • Economic Project
    Balance of Trade / Current Account 5 Government Budget 5 Exchange Rate 5 International Trade 7 Economic Situation & Government policies 9 Unemployment 9 Inflation 9 Business Cycle analysis of Economic Situation in 2010 10 AS-AD Analysis of Economic Situation in 2009/2010 10 Government...
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  • Economic Indicators of Oman
    Topic: analysis of economic indicators of oman INTRODUCTION Oman, officially called the Sultanate of Oman is an Arab state in southwest Asia on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula. It is bordered by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to the northwest, Saudi Arabia to the west and Yemen to the...
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  • Culture and Law
    Culture, Laws and Ethics: Oman Executive Summary Oman is primed and ready for foreign direct investment and industrial growth. The region of Buraimi is a great location since it is located in the northwest corner adjacent to the United Arab Emirates and is a few hundred kilometers to the coast...
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  • Mr Oman
    Reprints tool at the top of any article or visit: www.reutersreprints.com. Wed, Apr 24 2013 * Central bank chief says SMEs "critical" to tame unemployment * Central bank to issue rules to help boost SME lending * Bank lending hit 22-month low in February By Martin Dokoupil DUBAI, April 24 (Reuters)...
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  • Oman
    Immigration to Oman Nowadays, immigration is different from that one in the past .In the past, it was difficult for people to travel from country to country because of the lack of fast transportation .However, at this time immigration has become easier due to different kinds of transportation all...
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  • Oman's Population Change
    In 1970, the population Pyramid shows that Oman was LEDC (low economically developed country) due to the high birthrate and low deathrate (triangular pyramid). There are number of reasons for high birthrate at that time. First of all, the religious reasons have affected the country to have high birthrate...
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  • Employment and Salary in Gulf 2012
    Interviews with Top Managers 60 Senior Executives • Across all major industries • Based in the 6 GCC countries (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, UAE) News & Research • Relevant reports from the press and news sources across the region • Macro-economic sources 2 Contents • • •...
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  • Macro Environment Study
    outside Oman that raise for it several advantages: First, it is the first large and knowledge of local market and culture. Second, satisfaction of customer is the major goal that A’Safwa is focus on it so it uses technical expertise to facilitate that goal. Finaly, A’Safwa is the number one in Oman and among...
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  • Hr Article
    Middle east Policy, Vol. XVii, No. 2, suMMer 2010 Unemployment in the GUlf: time to Update the “Social contract” Ingo Forstenlechner and Emilie Rutledge Dr. Forstenlechner and Dr. Rutledge are assistant professors at the College of Business and Economics at United Arab Emirates University. Dr. Rutledge...
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  • Pest Analysis
    7 Strategies pursued by the business to control PEST factors: 7 Recommendations 8 References 8 Oman Air Introduction Oman Air is the flag carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, based in Muscat, in which the government holds 33.8% stake. It operates scheduled domestic and international...
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  • Emerging Opportunities in Cards and Payments Industry in Oman
    Emerging Opportunities in Omans Cards and Payments Industry: Market Size, Trends and Drivers, Strategies, Products and Competitive Landscape Synopsis: The report provides market analysis, information and insights into Oman’s cards and payments market, including: Current and forecast values...
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  • Report
    companies in an industry. To do so, four companies were chosen from the banking and investment sector which are, Gulf Baader Capital Markets (GBCM) , Oman International Bank (OIB) , Bank Muscat and Financial Services Co. S.A.O.G. data collection was through conducting interviews with Dr. Hatem Al-Shanfari...
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  • The Persian Gulf - Airports
    between Iran (Persia) and the Arabian Peninsula. The basin countries include: Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Oman and the Musandam Governorate. This land is well-known because of the oilfields and natural gas fields but also for different good fishing grounds,...
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  • INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT
     INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT 1. Comment on the merit of the paper which is arguing for a separate HRM model for Oman? It is essential to have a unique HRM model specialized for Oman due to few important reasons. The first reason is the cultural influence and there is relationship between the HRM and...
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  • Doing Businese in Oman
    seek any likely business opportunities for the company in Oman. This report provides the information in aspects of Oman’s business environment, basic appeals, culture issues and government promotions of FDI for the CEO. Introduction “Oman is the third largest country in the Arabian Peninsula. It...
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  • Executive Summary
    working-age population in the workforce but it also has the highest labor costs. Portugal has the lowest unemployment and the cheapest labor but also has the least educated workforce. Spain has a high unemployment rate with eighteen percent of adults age 25 and older and thirty-seven percent of adults age 20-24...
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  • Welfare Reform
    receiving TANF are often at rock bottom. Nicole Oman is an example. The mother of three children received $454 a month from TANF after she divorced her husband of 14 years and got into another relationship she described as unhealthy. That was in 2011, and Oman and her children were staying in a homeless...
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  • Small Scale Development
    Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review (OMAN Chapter) Vol. 1, No.7; February 2012 Development of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises: The role of Government and other Financial Institutions By: Emmanuel O. Oni Ph.D & Daniya A. A. Department of Entrepreneurship and Business Technology...
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  • Will Higher Oil Revenue Always Guarantee a Higher Quality of Life?
     Will Higher Oil Revenue Always Guarantee a Higher Quality of Life? (A study of governance in Oman, Saudi Arabia and Nigeria) Department of Economics Trent University Peterborough CANADA. I. Introduction The demand for oil has been increasing exponentially...
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