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DAMA

[¦dē¦ā¦em′ā or ′däm·ə] demand assignment multiple access
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"Our bid to acquire Damas is testament to its sound business model and promising growth potential," he said in a statement.
Damas Chief Executive Anan Fakhreddin and Mannai officials declined to comment.
Damas is primarily involved in the business of trading in gold and gold jewelry, diamond jewelry, pearls, watches, silver and precious stones on a wholesale and retail basis.
While speaking about the Damas-BankMuscat promotional sale, Rajesh Govindan, country manager at Damas Jewellery LLC, Oman, said, "Every strenuous effort of ours is destined to fulfil the dreams of our luxury loving customers through these value-added promotions so that they can enjoy 50 per cent special discount on any world class personal accessories displayed at the Damas Pavilion at Al Qurum Complex".
Leaders of Las Damas say they're grateful for all the sudden attention.
Damas is dealing with nearly 20 banks, including international players such as France's BNP Paribas and Britain's Barclays, as well as local lenders, according to a financial statement released in December.
Damas made net profit of 209.1m dirhams ($56.93m) last year and 69.7m dirhams in the first quarter of this year.
Since this model of tourism emerged some 25 years ago, many special-interest sites, like Damas, have experienced hikes in visitation.
Sama is just one of the major launches Damas has announced this year.
In the past decade, research on Leon-Gontran Damas has enjoyed a resurgence of considerable depth.