Summary

The Sultanate of Oman is the second-largest state in the GCC and possesses a wider range of natural resources than most other Gulf nations. Oman plays a leading role in the Arabian peninsulas external trade, and the private sector is driving the continuing development of the country. Oman has a population of nearly 3 million and about one third of the workforce are expatriates.

Employment in Oman is regulated by the Labour Law, issued in accordance with Sultani Decree 35/2003, and the various Ministerial decisions that amend it, and the Civil Transactions Law, issued in accordance with Sultani Decree 29/2013.

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