Oman’s minister of commerce and industry is going to lead the delegation to their visit to India. Public and private companies from various sectors are scheduled to participate in this visit which is due later this month.
The trip is of higher significance because of its relevance to recently launched ‘Make in India’ campaign of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which aims to make India a global ‘manufacturing hub’.
Representatives of Oman Oil, Oman Trading Establishment, Oman Investment Fund, Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Export Development, Public Establishment for Industrial Estate, The State General Reserve Fund, Oman Airports Management Company, Alizz islamic bank, Bank Muscat, Al Zubair Corporation, Gulf Energy, Knowledge Oasis Muscat and WJ Towell, would be a part of this delegation.
Private business houses like Abu Hani Group (construction and interior design, catering, health food, automotive services, real estate, gas and fire engineering services, home and office furniture services), Al Ajmi Marble (construction – tiles , marble, stone, and granite) and Al Assarain (retail and consumer services, commercial wholesale, manufacturing, construction, maintenance and property real estate) will also participate and will be led by Ali bin Masoud Al Sunaidy to New Delhi on October 29 for the India-Oman Joint Commission meeting.
The minister’s visit will be preceded by The Joint Business Council meeting on October 28 between Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry and APEX chambers.
The delegate would primarily explore opportunities here. This is considered as an important initiative keeping in mind Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Make in India “ Campaign.
The other major participants would consist of some major industry players like Al Yousef Group, Al Zaman Group of Companies, IBD Group, MB Holdings, Omar Zawawi Group, Qurum Business Group, Yahha Group Holding representing various industries such as ‘Real Estate, Tourism, Retail, Teklecom, Mining, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Construction, Building materials, Insurance, Shipping, Logistics, Financial services.