One-Station e-Trade facility launched.
Muscat: The second package of One-Station e-Trade Services was launched yesterday at Oman International Exhibition Centre. This initiative will facilitate trade services for investors from within and outside the Sultanate, and help in conducting business activities using the Internet. This event coincided with COMEX 2013 Exhibition, which showcases the latest communication and information technologies. Dr Ali bin Masoud Al Sunaidi, Minister of Commerce and Industry patronised over the inauguration ceremony, in the presence of a number of undersecretaries, officials of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Information Technology Authority (ITA) and a number of businessmen and people interested in information technology. The second package includes a number of services like renewal of commercial registration, licensing operating house productive business to open investment areas. It also includes support services for establishments and companies in the area of delegation of business and paying fees electronically. Dr Al Sunaidi, said that the goal of providing e-business services is to open broader consultancy services for citizens and to encourage them to develop their potential, creativity and to support ideas. This will boost investment in specific projects, and provide infrastructure to promote their chances of success, such as training, marketing and technical support, and to activate their contribution to the activities of the economic sector.
Muscat Press and Publishing House SAOC 2013
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|Publication:||Times of Oman (Muscat, Oman)|
|Date:||Mar 27, 2013|
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