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The Sultanate is moving to abolish the requirement of the No-Objection Certificate from next year to enhance competitiveness and to improve the labor market conditions in a way that preserves the rights of employers. Hopefull, this decision will achieve many advantages for business owners, including the adoption of labor contracts that will regulate contractual relations between employers and workers in a manner that guarantees the rights and duties of both parties, and will provide such contracts with a part of protection for employers to preserve the confidentiality of their data and the data of their clients, as well as ensuring non-competition in If the employer desires that, the main advantages of applying this decision will be to enhance the competitiveness of the Omani worker compared to the non-Omani worker by reducing the wage gap and the rights between them.
The Omani Astronomical Society is preparing to establish programs and activities for the annular eclipse project, on the occasion of the phenomenon of the annular eclipse of the sun for this year, which will be witnessed in the Sultanate’s sky on June 21, 2020, in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, the Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Health, the Public Authority for Radio and Television and the Omani Society for Photography And a group of relevant governmental and private institutions.
The wilayats of the Governorate of Al Dakhiliyah, such as Nizwa, Bahla, Manah, Al Hamra, and Izki, are known for having large areas (55 acres) for the cultivation of sugarcane. Farmers begin by preparing the land for sugarcane cultivation. This stage takes place at the beginning of April every year. After a full year of planting the crop, and specifically in March each year, the farmer begins preparing for the juicing of the canes, by cutting the canes and cleaning them from the dry leaves and crusts, tying them in packs to transfer it to one of the mills in the wilaya.View More