SASLO advises Rakiza, Oman’s infrastructure fund, on its investment in the new central fruit and vegetable market at Khazaen Economic City.
SASLO’s corporate team has advised Rakiza, Oman’s infrastructure fund, on its investment in the new central fruit and vegetable market which will be constructed in Khazaen Economic City. The new market will become the main hub for the retail and wholesale of fruit and vegetables in Muscat and surrounding areas.
The SASLO corporate team comprised Partner Thamer Al Shahry, Special Counsel Jeremy Pooley and Associate Alaa Al Hinai, with specialist support from the banking and real estate teams.
Thamer Al Shahry commented:
‘We are delighted to have worked closely with the Rakiza team on this strategic transaction as part of Rakiza’s commitment to support investment in Oman’
For more information, please visit Rakiza and Khazaen Economic City websites.