The Syrian Prime Minister has announced that his Government will be pursuing a new economic strategy, named the National Partnership, that replaces the social market economic model developed prior to the uprising.


The dollar has crossed, and stabilized above, the 400-pound mark in the Damascus foreign exchange market and sets to remain at these levels for the foreseeable future in spite of Government efforts to restrict imports and demand for foreign currencies.


In 2015, the volume of cement produced by Syria’s public sector companies declined by around 20 percent on an annual basis, reflecting both lower demand in the market and production challenges.

Currency Rates

US Dollar 335.63   0.00%
Euro 373.98   -0.10%
Monday 8 February 2016


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