|Full name||Sultanate of Oman|
|Population||3.632 million (2013)|
|Borders||The United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Yemen by land and Iran and Pakistan by sea.|
|Language||Arabic, English, Urdu, Baluchi, Swahili|
|Newspaper||Al Shabiba, Al Watan, Oman, Oman Daily Observer, Oman Tribune, Times of Oman, Week|
|Places to Visit||Batinah Coast, Muscat, Jabrin Castle, Samail, Wadi Shab and many more attractive places are there in the country.|
|Major Religion||Islam, Hindu|
In 2014, Oman exported $49.9B and imported $31.1B, resulting in a positive trade balance of $18.8B. In 2014 the GDP of Oman was $81.8B and its GDP per capita was $38.6k.
The top exports of Oman are:
Crude Petroleum ($31.3B),Petroleum Gas ($5.77B), Refined Petroleum ($2.72B), Cyclic Hydrocarbons ($1.21B) and Nitrogenous Fertilizers ($745M).
The top export destinations of Oman are:
China ($23.2B), South Korea ($4.51B), Other Asia ($3.81B), Japan ($3.71B) and the United Arab Emirates ($2.02B).
Its top imports are:
Cars ($4.34B), Refined Petroleum ($1.63B),Delivery Trucks ($950M), Iron Ore ($932M) and Vehicle Parts($555M).
The top import origins are:
The United Arab Emirates ($9.4B), Japan ($3.59B), China ($1.62B), the United States ($1.49B) and India ($1.36B).
[9th September 2017]
In the remote desert along Oman’s southern coast, construction machines hired by a Chinese consortium are leveling an expanse of pale orange sand - a first step toward billions of dollars of investment. [Details...]
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
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