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In its monthly report to Saudi Press Agency (SPA), the Central Department of Statistics and Information (CDSI) made clear that a number of the main sections consisting the index for wholesale prices rose last February topped by the sector of food and live animals by (2.5%); followed by the sectors of beverages and tobacco, and animal and vegetable oils and fats by (1.5 )% each; then the sector of miscellaneous manufactured goods by (0.5%) and the sector of raw materials except fuels by (0.1%).
Income distribution between the agriculture sector and the industry sector is deemed as one of the determinants of the income inequality in an economy.
uA 27.9 percent: Russell 2000 Producer Durables sector
The number of jobs in the government sector is estimated at 2.5 million, and in the private sector at 1.5 million.
He said the value-added textile sector has never fell short of paying its debts to banks and is providing huge employment besides having a $4 billion dollars export share in the country's total economy through export.
The survey reveals the vast majority of employers believe that previous experience in the same sector is important.
Charles Logan, Director at Hays, said: "The survey shows that despite the tough times faced by the private sector, staff remain remarkably positive and proud to be about working there.
(2011) noted that priority sector lending (PSL) primarily aims at two objectives: first, to channel resources to national priorities areas and second, to foster inclusion of the poor in the economic growth of country.
Of the total credit to Oman's private sector, the share of non-financial corporate sector stood at 45.6 per cent, the household sector (mainly under personal loans) at 45.1 per cent, while that of financial corporations and other sectors stood at 5.8 per cent and 3.5 per cent, respectively.
8% Services sector grew by 4.7% and the target set in this sector was 6.
Export sector management is termed as planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and coordinating the resources and; procedures by which needs and demands for export sector and export environment are fulfilled by the provision of specific services to consumers, organization, and export communities.