Monday, 6 Feb 2023
Meeting discusses integration of municipality services in Invest Easy

Meeting discusses integration of municipality companies in Invest Easy

It was held within the presence of Dr Khamis bin Saif al Jabri, chairman of the Implementation and Follow-up Support Unit, H E Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Mohammed al Shihi, Minister of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources, and H E Eng Ahmed bin Hassan al Dheeb, Undersecretary within the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, and various members of the Information Technology Authority.

The assembly reviewed the cooperation between the involved authorities on linking the municipalities’ companies to traders with Invest Easy portal. It mentioned all of the challenges that hinder the municipalities from becoming a member of the portal, which is hoped to supply extra services for residents and traders by means of the entry of many service companies and ministries.

The assembly mentioned setting a selected timeframe for becoming a member of these companies to Invest Easy portal and creating the required mechanisms and methods that may velocity up the method.

The foremost goal of the enterprise setting programme initiatives pursued by the unit is to advertise the rules of accountability and transparency of the governmental sector, enhance the competitiveness of the sultanate, entice home and overseas investments, and serve these tendencies by means of streamlining and facilitating the procedures of traders.

The unit seeks to enhance the enterprise setting for the sustainability of the Omani financial system. Twenty-two initiatives and initiatives have been recognized to enhance the efficiency of this sector. The sector has made good progress within the implementation of various initiatives, together with simplifying environmental permits, the authorized framework for actual property funding funds, and the addition of six authorities entities to Invest Easy.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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