The US Treasury froze last week the assets of Syrianair, among several other entities and individuals it has blacklisted.
Syria’s services sectors accumulated losses of SYP 1.35 trillion as a result of the uprising and the violence gripping the country, according to Omar Ghalawanji, Deputy PM in charge of the services sector.
Bilateral trade between Iran and Syria declined by a third last year, according to an Iranian trade official.
The Syrian Prime Minister has inaugurated several new state-funded projects in the coastal town of Tartous.
The number of Syrians trying to enter illegally the EU last year grew almost five fold, according to an EU agency.
Only one Syrian investor, Ayman Asfari, made the latest Arab rich list.
The number of Syrian registered, or in the process of registration, as refugees with the United Nations has crossed the 1.3 million mark.
The Syrian Investment Agency has announced that it had licensed a mere eight projects in the first quarter of this year, less than 10 percent of the level two years ago.
Data published by the Syrian export promotion body put Syria’s total exports last year at below USD 200 million.
This document is an English language transcript of the interview given by Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad to two Turkish media and published on April 7.
The Syrian authorities are planning to establish three new governorates including one that will cover a significant part of the Kurdish areas.
At least one quarter of Syria’s working force has lost its job in the last two years according to a recent report by the General Labour Union.
The following document is the English version of the speech delivered by the President of the National Coalition of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces, during the Arab League Summit in Doha, Qatar.
An Economic Crime Law has been issued by the Syrian government with the formal aim of clamping down on corruption and theft.
The Syrian President appointed today a new head for the Hassakeh Governorate.
City View 2011 - Aleppo
Sheraton Hotel Aleppo
Moms Babies and Kids
Damascus International Fairground