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Revitalizing the pandemic-hammered tourism sector will continue to be a key focus of Oman as it boosts cooperation with China, while digital economy-related initiatives also increasingly come into play in their mutual exchanges, analysts said. Norafidah Ismail, a lecturer at the School of International Studies at Universiti Utara Malaysia, or UUM, said cooperation on digital economy between China and Oman “is imperative and urgent Norafidah Ismail, a lecturer at the School of International Studies at Universiti Utara Malaysia, or UUM, said cooperation on digital economy between China and Oman “is imperative and urgent”. The call of Chinese foreign minister ( Wang Yi ) on Oman to jointly work (on) China-Arab data security cooperation is practical. One of the many reasons, according to the foreign minister, is to highlight the importance of developing countries during the rule formulation regarding global digital economy,” Ismail said. During a visit last month, Wang said he hoped that China and Oman would jointly implement the data security pact “to help raise the voice of developing countries” in formulating the rules governing the global digital economy. […] ALSO READ: Wang: China expects Oman to play unique role in global affairs “The tourism sector has been a key driver of Oman’s diversification drive and it will remain a priority even if it takes time to return to pre-crisis levels,” said Senussi.
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