Manufacturing

18-03-2020
The government has agreed to subsidise loans granted to Aleppo industrialists in a bid to kickstart investment in Syria’s traditional manufacturing hub.
26-02-2020
Official data is painting a mixed picture for investment in Syria’s manufacturing sector.
29-01-2020
The Suweida governorate has awarded a SYP 20 billion contract for a solid waste treatment plant on terms that are similar to public private partnership deals.
22-01-2020
A company from China is negotiating to set up a plant in Syria, which would be one of the very few Chinese investments to take place in the country.
15-01-2020
The Syrian Investment Agency has issued a licence for a new car assembly plant, while an Iranian-owned venture in the industry has reportedly suspended production.
23-10-2019
The government has increased tariffs on some steel products, a decision that seems to have been motivated by pressures from influential businessmen.
09-10-2019
The government is subsidizing loans granted by Syrian banks to manufacturers in a bid to promote local production and reduce imports.
25-06-2019
An unnamed Russian Company has offered this month to invest in Syria’s sole state-owned battery production plant.
25-06-2019
Official data provide a mixed picture of the state of Syria’s industrial cities and zones.
07-05-2019
The Syrian Cabinet has increased import tariffs on copper and aluminum cables to 30 percent, various local media have reported.
09-04-2019
Official data indicate a small increase in the number of new manufacturing investments in the country, although prospects for next years appear more pessimistic.
12-03-2019
The Syrian textile industry, traditionally the largest manufacturing sector in the country and a major employer, has not recovered from the war and continues to struggle as it faces a variety of challenges.
06-03-2019
Stroytransgaz is formally taking charge of Syria’s fertilizers production complex in Homs.
19-02-2019
The government has decided to stop issuing new licenses for the establishment of iron and steel plants.
22-01-2019
Three new licenses for car assembly plants have been given to Syrian investors in the past few months, raising the potential number of these plants, including several that have been operating for years, to eight. Here is a breakdown of these projects.

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