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The story behind Oman’s first money exchange

As Oman celebrates its 50th National Day, Purshottam Kanji, the first money exchange in the country, has an interesting story too…

TAS News Service
November 20, 2020 4:00 pm

As Oman celebrates its 50th National Day, Purshottam Kanji, the first money exchange in the country, has an interesting story too…

For a decade from 1970 to 1980, Purshottam Kanji was doing money exchange and gold business on their trade licence from the Ministry of Commerce.

In the year 1980, Central Bank of Oman introduced Money Exchange regulation and Purshottam Kanji was the first company to get the licence issued by CBO to operate its business. Watch the story!

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