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      Overall Economy:Total revenue increased by 0.5% by the end of May 2014, when compared with the same period in 2013       Oil and Gas Indicators:Net oil revenue in May 2014 amounted to 828 million OMR       Foreign Trade Indicators: Re-exports of the imported items decreased by 39.7% in February 2014 when compared with the same period in 2013       Population Indicators: The number births by the end of Apil 2014 decreased by 26.7% compared with the same period in 2013       Prices and market indicators : Health service prices rose by 6.0% in May 2014, when compared with the same period in 2013       Tourism Indicators: The total revenue of the hotel sector increased by 10% by the end of May 2014 compared with the same period 2013       Communication Indicators:The total number of telephone lines by the end of May 2014 stood at 362 thousand lines       Transportation Indicators: A 6.4% decline was noted in the total number of vessels mooring at Sultan Qaboos port and Salalah port at the end of June 2014 as compared to the same period in 2013      
NCSI Launches “Information Buses” covey

Marking the occasion of the 44th Renaissance Day, which is celebrated on the 23rd of July every year, the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) is set to launch a convoy of busses
(23/07/2014)
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Great Transformation in Education, Health, Transport and Communication Sectors Since 1970

The renaissance day which is celebrated on the 23rd of July each year, is a very special occasion to every Omani.
(22/07/2014)
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Dhofar Receives over 31 Thousands Visitor June 21st to July 16th 2014

In its first Khareef Salalah 2014 statistical report, the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) uncovered the number of visitors to Dhofar Governorate since the start of the monsoon, which stood at 31,128, including Omanis and international visitors, in the period from June 21st to July 16th, 2014.
(20/07/2014)
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Oil Production Records 142 million Barrels and 2% decline in Average Price per Barrel

Oil production grew a healthy 1.3% by the end of May 2014 recording 142.1 million barrels compared with 140.3 million barrels recorded during the same period in 2013.
(17/07/2014)
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NCSI Provides Training program for Higher Education Students

The National Centre for Statistics and Information is providing on job training for a number of higher education students. The program covers various statistical and information subjects.
(15/07/2014)
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Social & Economic Indicators Apps for Smart phones
National Center for Statistics & Information is pleased to announce the launch of the smart phone app regarding the Social & Economic Indicators. To facilitate and diversify statistical information which builds & expands the database accessibility for decision-makers, researchers and scholars.

     
Foreign Investment Survey:
Investment , in general , is an important variable in determining the economic status of any country in the short- term and a growth mover in the long term . Foreign investment has become the first growth mechanism in the global economy today . In this context , the Center , in coordination with the Central Bank , conducts foreign investment survey which includes all enterprises of foreign direct investment , and all enterprises of portfolio listed at Muscat Securities Market and all enterprises of other investment which include the 100% Omani establishments that have abroad transactions in form of loans , investments or other.
Hotel Survey:
Hotels survey is performed on an annual , quarterly and monthly basis . The survey, which is performed by the National Center for Statistics & Information in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism , aims to provide important data for preparation of the national accounts of hotels? activity and the accounts of the tourism . Through the survey many and varied data are collected regarding the size of revenue , expenditure , employment , salaries and wages ; in addition to data on visitors, numbers and occupancy rate . The annual and quarterly surveys include all hotels, while the monthly survey covers Five- and Four-Stars hotels .
PPI Survey:
PPI survey is performed on quarterly basis. The survey, which is performed by the National Center for Statistics & Information aims to prepare the inflation of index for the prices of goods produced. It is also used to prepare statistics of GDP at constant prices. The prices are collected for goods which entering local market and export commodities from 157 different establishments covering the following three main sectors: Mining (C), Manufacturing (D), Electricity and Water (E).
Survey Request Management:
The Statistical Advisory Committee which was formed under the jurisdiction of Ministry of National Economy and which has been entrusted by the statistical law to study, approve and advise on any statistical survey or Study undertaken by Ministries, Government Institutions or Private Entities, request any government or Private Organization which desire to conduct a statistical Survey/Study to register in Mone Survey Request Management and forward the information of Surveys/Studies by completing the request form. The dully completed forms should be submitted for the evaluation. This dosen't include the specialized surveys and non statistical surveys executed by specific entities.








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General statistics, population, investment strategies, prices index, population, trade, agriculture, national accounts, women, tourism, economy, science and technology, education, culture, employment, transport and communications, social services, information reports.