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Oman Mail: privatization just for the sake of it?

A newly formed company has been established just today, by the name of Oman Mail.

The new company is just the privatized version of the Sultanate of Oman's mailing system, refurbished. Yet, there is a question that surfaces upon talking about this subject; Is the government of Oman just trying to liquidate it's assets so that the financial burden of holding these entities would lessen on their own balanced shoulders? Or is there really a need to privatize an organization that has had less competition in the last 30 years than any other communicative facility?

The officials behind the launch claim that there is a competition in the field of ordinary mail. Even so, would that push for the need to privatize such a huge organization?

This writer doubts very much so..

1 Comments:

Blogger bizzwhizz said...

"Or is there really a need to privatize an organization that has had less competition in the last 30 years than any other.."

Nice point, why would they want to do it to company that ruled like a monopoly?.... It is pretty confusing from business point ofiew, unless something about the pastperformance is being burried with the sale.

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