Oman - Population

Oman - Population Last updated on Wednesday 14th April 2010

The population of the sultanate is almost entirely Arab with the exception of some 300,000 expatriate workers, mainly Indian and Pakistani, who comprise about half the salaried work force.

The most populous cities are Muscat and Matra.

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