At least a third of the government expenses last year were funded by long-term borrowing from the Central Bank of Syria, according to a recent report.
A pro-regime media has provided the first estimate of the number of civil servants and other beneficiaries of government salaries living in opposition and other areas outside regime control.
Although estimates of Syria’s wheat crop vary they all confirm a further decline in output.
A European Union court has lifted sanctions on two parent companies that were blacklisted in 2014 for the shipment of oil products to the Syrian regime.
|Wednesday 21 September 2016|
The following text is a paper written by Jihad Yazigi, our editor-in-chief, for the European...
The following text is a paper written by Jihad Yazigi, our editor-in-chief, as a...