GDP in Oman
Oman - GDPIn 2018, the economic picture looks brighter than in 2017, when growth was negatively affected by reduced oil production. In the first three months of this year, the fiscal deficit was cut by half compared to the same period in 2017, thanks to increased oil revenue and reduced total expenditure. Higher oil revenue was due to higher prices, given that in January–April, oil production was stable vis-à-vis last year. Although this is welcome news given the poor state of the public finances, the government remains highly reliant on oil revenue to finance spending. This was not helped in December of last year, when the imposition of a VAT of 5% was postponed until 2019. Meanwhile, in the period up to April of this year, total credit and financing in the private sector increased at a healthy pace, suggesting solid economic activity in the period.
Oman - GDP Data
|Economic Growth (GDP, annual variation in %)||5.3||1.2||4.7||5.4||-|
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Oman GDP Chart
Source: National Center for Statistics and Information and Met the why particular calculations.
|Exchange Rate||0.38||0.06 %||Aug 07|
|Stock Market||0.1||0.0 %||Aug 07|
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