Agriculture & Fisheries

A combination of food security concerns and a focus on economic diversification have made agriculture and fisheries an area of priority government investment in recent years. Agricultural self-sufficiency continues to grow in the sultanate. Despite the irrigation challenges presented by limited rainfall and decreasing ground reserves, 2019 will see food production receive a significant boost with the launch of new facilities for dairy, red meat and poultry. Fisheries, a priority sector under the ninth five-year development plan (2016-20) of the Oman Vision 2020 strategy, is also poised for take-off. This chapter contains an interview with Saleh Mohammed Al Shanfari, CEO, Oman Food Investment Holding Company.
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Sketch of Saleh Mohammed Al Shanfari, CEO, Oman Food Investment Holding Company (OFIC)
Saleh Mohammed Al Shanfari, CEO, Oman Food Investment Holding Company (OFIC): Interview

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