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Matrah

 

a city in Oman; a northern suburb of Muscat. Population, 17,000 (1970). Matrah, a port on the Gulf of Oman, is a center for trade in dates and other fruits, fish, and pearls. Small seacraft are built and repaired. The annual freight turnover of the port is about 1.5 million tons.

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Muscat: Reputed companies were invited by the Municipality on Tuesday, to register with the tender board, to install public toilets in the Muttrah Souq.
From my very first impression of Muttrah to my current travels, I am constantly surprised at how beautiful, interesting and diverse the country and its people are.
A number of male and female voters in the Wilayat of Muttrah started heading to the ballot boxes in Imam Jabir bin Zaid School and Al Wattiya School to cast their votes and select their representatives for the Majlis A'Shura membership.
Contract Awarded for Redevelopment of the wider Muttrah neighbourhood,
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Souq Muttrah is one of the Omani capital main attractions.
1 million provision it took after losing a court case with HSBC Bank Oman and Al Redha Trading and Muttrah Holding over the ownership of 1.
1 million rials provision the bank took after it lost a court case with HSBC Bank Oman and Ali Redha Trading and Muttrah Holding over the ownership of 1.
The telco also confirmed that it is deploying an LTE network, which will cover all major areas of Muscat including Ruwi, Central Business District, Wadi Kabir, Muttrah, Qurm, Azaiba, Al Khuwair, Ghala, Baushar, Mawaleh and The Wave, by the end of 2012.
Details : The Governorate of Muscat Water reuse project aims to connect 80 per cent of the residents of the governorate with a state-of-the-art water re-use system in Greater Muttrah, one of the densely populated wilayats in the governorate.
Darsait catchment is completely situated within the Greater Muttrah province and covers the areas of Wadi Al Kabir, Hamriya, Ruwi, Bait Al Falaj, Darsait, Coastal Darsait, Aynt, Muttrah, Muscat, Sidab and Al Bustan.
Summary: Gulf Energy Maritime (GEM), the Middle East's largest independent commercial product tanker operator, has taken delivery of Gulf Muttrah,