Lattakia (703)

10-03-2011

Manufacture of ready concrete and trading of cement

10-03-2011

Import, export, shipping agent

10-03-2011

Import, export and sale of brick and tile, ceramic, porcelain and sanitary materials

10-03-2011

Trading and contracting; shipping agency; representation of foreign companies

10-03-2011

Trading of cement and building materials

10-03-2011

Real estate development and investment

09-03-2011

Shipping agency

09-03-2011
09-03-2011

Public relation and marketing services

09-03-2011

Trading and contracting

09-03-2011

Construction and contracting works; implement all kinds of infrastructure works, roads, bridges, sewerage, electric, mechanic projects; hotels and restaurants investments  

09-03-2011
08-03-2011

A recent survey by the Central Bureau of Statistics shows that the vast majority of people leaving in illegal housing areas in Syria benefit from the same services as those living in regulated zones.

08-03-2011

Own, manage, and invest in commercial malls, cinemas, theaters, clubs, restaurants, entertainment and sports centers; representation of national, Arab, and foreign companies; maritime services; import, export, distribution; freight; land and sea transport    

08-03-2011

Set-up, manage, invest, develop commercial, service, tourism projects; companies representation; trade, import, export 

08-03-2011

Design and construction of buildings and facilities and sale of various types of building materials, electrical materials and heating and cooling systems

08-03-2011
07-03-2011
Syrian Railways has issued a tender to conduct repair works on the tunnels over the Aleppo-Lattakia railway link.
06-03-2011
06-03-2011
06-03-2011
03-03-2011
01-03-2011
28-02-2011

Syrian households spent an average of SYP 30,826, or USD 655, a month in 2009, according to a recent survey by the Government.

22-02-2011
The Syrian Government has appointed a new head for the Syrian Investment Agency as well as new Governors for the three Governorates of Quneitra, Lattakia and Hama.
03-02-2011

The Syrian Investment Agency awarded 400 investment licenses to projects across Syria in 2010, including more than half in the manufacturing sector, a figure well above the previous year’s number.

31-01-2011
The containers’ traffic at the Port of Lattakia declined 5.6 percent last year in line with the decrease in bulk trade.
31-01-2011
Bilateral trade between Syria and Turkey expanded 43 percent last year to reach a total of USD 2.5 billion, as Turkey’s presence across various sectors of the Syrian economy is increasing at a fast pace.
10-01-2011
Bulk trade marked a slight slowdown in the two ports of Lattakia and Tartous last year, according to the Ministry of Transport.
03-01-2011
The UNDP is launching a request for proposal (RFP) for the procurement of a Hospital Management Information System.
20-12-2010
The number of containers handled by the Port of Tartous increased by 16 percent on a year-on-year basis as at the end of September.
16-12-2010

Syria’s wheat crop crossed the 3 million ton mark this year according to statistics published recently by the Central Bureau of Statistics.

13-12-2010

It rained and snowed across Syria on December 12, 13 and 14, leading to major traffic disruptions around Damascus but also bringing relief as the country feared it would face another year of drought.

06-12-2010

Porto Village Hotel, a hotel located in the Porto Tartous Development, previously known as Antaradus, will open its doors next month, according to Wahoud Group, the company developing the project.

05-12-2010

Al-Ghab Sugar and Deir-ez-Zor Sugar, two state-owned sugar refineries, have issued tenders for the building of water treatment stations in their plants.

 

28-11-2010

Souria Holding has signed an agreement with Banque Bemo Saudi Fransi (BBSF) to lead a syndicated loan for the financing of its Abraj Souria development in central Damascus.

15-11-2010

Jumeirah, a UAE based group, will manage the 5-star hotel that will be part of Abraj Souria, a development by Souria Holding in the Baramkeh district of Damascus.