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Oman, Romania to ink double tax avoidance pact.

BUCHAREST: The Sultanate and Romania are holding talks to sign a double taxation avoidance agreement, said Sayyid Badr bin Hamad bin Hamoud Al Busaidi, secretary-general at the Foreign Ministry, yesterday in Bucharest.

Sayyid Badr met Attila Korodi, parliament member and chairperson of the foreign policy committee of the Romanian chamber of deputies, and Adrian Radulescu, state secretary of the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry.

The meetings were attended by Said bin Nasser Al Harthy, Sultanate's ambassador to Romania, the delegation accompanying Sayyid Badr and a number of Romanian officials. Sayyid Badr, who is also the chairman of the Middle East desalination research centre (MEDRC) board, signed a document, which allows Spain to join MEDRC.

The Sultanate will also take part in the GCC-Romanian Economic Forum due to be held in Bucharest next year.

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Publication:Times of Oman (Muscat, Oman)
Geographic Code:7OMAN
Date:Oct 28, 2010
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