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Oman in the New York Times
Feb 09, 2009 05:43AM
Dear OMAG Investors,
AGORACOM is pleased to present you with a January 22, 2009 twelve-page special country-specific insert in the The New York Times on the Sultanate of Oman.See the attached PDF file.
Also see a separate PDF file highlighting Omagine on Page 8 of the publication.
The Oman supplement was created by Summit Communications (“Summit”) who is dedicated to raising the profile of the world's most dynamic emerging markets. As an independent communications agency specializing in the production of special country, regional, and sectoral promotional reports, Summit has acquired extensive experience in analyzing the issues important to the business and financial communities of the United States. Through an exclusive arrangement with The New York Times Advertising Department, Summit has published over 112 reports since 1999, reaching the most influential decision-makers in the American political, financial, and economic communities.
How Summit Communications Executes
All too often, the crisis-driven orientation of American news outlets results in insufficient coverage of the sweeping reforms and positive developments taking place in emerging markets. Summit’s reports aim to redress this imbalance by providing an opportunity for key public and private sector leaders to address the positive evolution of their nations' economic development and business environments.
Through extensive research and interviews with top government officials and key business leaders, Summit presents balanced and constructive portraits highlighting legislative reforms, good governance, improvements in business climates, and opportunities for partnership and investment.
Summit is solely responsible for the content of its reports; therefore, the editors of The New York Times do not participate in their preparation. As an independent agency with full editorial control, Summit has found that its clients welcome the opportunity to provide greater input and review of the reports' content in conveying their message to the influential readership of The New York Times.