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Oman : TheMinister of Commerce and Industry, the Minister of International Trade and Industry in Malaysia, discussed means of enhancing relations between the two countries in the economic and trade re.

Ali bin Masoud al Sunaidy, Minister of Commerce and Industry, and Dato Mustafa Mohammed, Minister of International Trade and Industry in Malaysia, discussed means of enhancing relations between the two countries in the economic and trade relations.

Al Sunaidy briefed the Malaysian guest, who is accompanies by a business delegation, about the key infrastructure projects being implemented in Duqm, Sohar Port, Salalah Port and their expansions, as well as Muscat Muscat, Maskat, or Masqat (all: mŭs`kăt, mŭs`kət), city (1993 pop. 533,774), capital of Oman, SE Arabia, on the Gulf of Oman. It is flanked by rugged mountains.  about International Airport and the Exhibition and Conferences Centre.

Al Sunaidy also familiarised the guest with the projects that attract the foreign investments in the fields of modern transportation, such as railway project that will link the Northern, Southern and Middle parts of the Sultanate to continue through the Al Buraimi Al Buraimi (Arabic: البريمي) is the newest governorate of Oman which was split from the Ad Dhahirah region.

Until October, 2006, the area was part of Ad Dhahirah region.
 Governorate.

Al Sunaidy also discussed with the Malaysian guest the potential of setting up a business umbrella to identify the Malaysian experience and benefiting from it to set up the small and medium enterprises by sending a number of Omani cadres for training and studying Malaysian experience in this field, in addition to touching on co-operation in the field of information technology.

Al Sunaidy welcomed the Malaysian investments, particularly in the field of food through coming up with a Memorandum of Understanding A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is a legal document describing a bilateral or multilateral agreement between parties. It expresses a convergence of will between the parties, indicating an intended common line of action and may not imply a legal commitment.  between the Public Establishments for Industrial Estates and the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority to promote the Halal ha·lal   Islam
n.
Meat that has been slaughtered in the manner prescribed by the shari'a.

adj.
1. Of or being meat slaughtered in the prescribed way: a halal butcher; a halal label.
 food industry.

Meanwhile, Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed al Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications, too received the Malaysian guests. The meeting discussed means of enhancing relations between the two countries in transport and communications fields and benefiting from experiences of both countries in this field.

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