Oman Ministry of Transport Oman invested some $2 billion, mostly in airport construction, last year. Oman, aggressively looking to build up its infrastructure and its strategic position in the United Arab Emirates, signed nine agreements worth a total of 2.16 billion in 2011 for new airports and roads. Firms from around the world have snapped up the work.The iargest share ($1.7 billion) allotted to the construction of a 334,995-sq-m new terminal at the Muscat International Airport was awarded to a consortium of U.S-based Bechtel, Bahwan Engineering Co., and Turkey’s Enka. The airport terminal, scheduled for completion in 2014, will handle
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