Omani Rial


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Omani Rial

The currency of Oman. It was introduced in 1973, replacing the rial Saidi, which had replaced the Gulf rupee. It is pegged to the U.S. dollar.
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in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), announced in December 2013 that it is to invest 180 million Omani Rials
The weekly plan at just two Omani Rials includes 300 MB of data while the monthly plan extends the data allowance to 1 GB for RO9 ($23.
Capital expenditure on the upgraded radio network and related transmission equipment is anticipated to amount to a total investment of high double-digit million Omani Rials over the next three years.
Oman charged foreign companies 30pc until 2009, but slashed its rate to 12pc this fiscal year and exempted all taxable profits up to 30,000 Omani rials.
Muscat: A fine of 1,000 Omani rials will be slapped on vendors found to be hiking prices of any commodity without the permission of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP).
account of an additional 800-900 million Omani Rials (US$ 2.
Otalati is the first of its kind to have opened in Oman with pricing in Omani rials that can be paid for by using a credit card issued in the sultanate, a press release said.
Customers are invited to join the Elite Club and given Gold membership if their monthly mobile usage is over 25 Omani Rials for the previous six month period or Platinum membership for a monthly mobile spend of more than 100 Omani Rials.
Nawras Internet Professional (NIP-VSAT) with shared bandwidth and unlimited data involves a one-off set up fee of OR250 ($649) and monthly fees starting from OR319, while the point to point Nawras Ethernet Service (NES-VSAT) with dedicated bandwidth can be established for a one-time fee of OR105 Omani Rials with monthly fees starting from OR669.
The positive results and achievements augured well with the increase of the company's capital from 50m Omani rials ($130m) to 300m rials by the government, which was announced during the Oman Air extraordinary general meeting and annual general meeting.
Al Khusaibi was found guilty in 2014 by Muscat's Court of First Instance of paying bribes worth 380,000 Omani rials (Dh3.
The issuance of sukuk will be in various tranches, either in Omani rials or United States dollar, in the domestic and international markets through public subscription or private placement within 5 years from the approval by shareholders.