Oman: E-commerce Regulations Implementation Begins

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Oman: E-commerce Regulations Implementation Begins

Oman Daily Observer, 5 February 2024: Oman’s Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion Ministry has announced the implementation of the e-commerce regulations has begun.

The regulations are contained in Oman Ministerial Decision No. 499/2023. The regulations stated that they would be implemented 90 days after they were published in the Official Gazette.

They have been introduced to align the Sultanate with international developments in this area.

They were introduced together with the Transport and Communications Ministry, Information Technology Ministry, the Royal Oman Police represented by the General Directorate of Customs, the Consumer Protection Authority, the Central Bank, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority Asyad Group and the ITHCA Group.

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Tanya Jain