After making extensive economic and social reforms over the past few decades, Oman’s government is now working hard to encourage business growth, making it an attractive option for foreign investors looking to take advantage of the country’s strategic location, fast developing economy and availability of natural resources.
As it continues to diversify out of oil, Oman offers plenty of opportunity for foreign investors looking to expand their business within the Middle East. It also offers plenty of advantages. Aside from government support, foreign investors can also take advantage of a favourable tax environment, which includes no personal income tax for business owners or employees.
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Purchasing an Existing Company in Qatar
What To Consider When Purchasing an Existing Company in Qatar
While many expats come to Qatar with the intention of starting their own business, there is an alternative option available: to purchase a company that already exists. But is this right for you? Whether you choose to start a business in Qatar or buy a going concern will really depend on what you want to get out of the process – and what you are willing to put in.
As we have already written posts covering all the essential info you need to know about starting a business in Qatar, in this post we’ll focus on the more salient points regarding purchasing a business that is already in operation. With this info at hand, you can weigh up your options to work out which one will likely work best for you.