OMAN: Oman National Dairy Products sees duty cut on 56 imported ingredients
Omani dairy firm Oman National Dairy Products Company (ONDP) has been allowed by the country's government to pay just 75% of the normal import duty on 56 products it imports for its own production. Oman's economy minister, Ahmad bin Abdul-Nabi Mekki, said that the reduced duty decision will continue for five years.
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