Syria's Growing Economic Woes: Lebanon's Crisis, the Caesar Act and Now the Coronavirus

In the News | 08-04-2020
In this paper, Jihad Yazigi analyses the consequences of three main new challenges for the Syrian economy and the population at large: the Lebanon crisis, the enactment of the Caesar Act and now the coronavirus pandemic.He estimates that the economy's bleak prospects will only worsen in the coming months and that Syria's population will remain heavily dependent on the international humanitarian effort.
This paper was published by the Arab Reform Initiative. You can read its English version here.
Here the Arabic version.
Written by: The Syria Report
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