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The annual percentage change in the consumer price index in Syria since 2010.


Syria’s inflation rate remained mostly flat up to August last year, according to official data.


The Syrian government is seeking funds for the implementation of what it calls the National Housing Strategy.


After taking control of the phosphate mines and the port of Tartous, Russia is now eyeing the Damascus International Airport.


This table provides data on passenger traffic at Syria's five civilian airports between 2010 and 2017.


The Central Bureau of Statistics has provided new population and household expenditures data based on a large survey it conducted at the end of 2017.


In the first five months of 2018, Syria’s inflation rate was largely flat and in some months prices even declined, official data show.


This table provides data on Syria's gross domestic product between 2010 and 2017.


In 2017, for the sixth year in a row, Syria’s gross domestic product declined, although at a slower pace than in previous years, while the government’s contribution fell significantly, official data show.


The Central Bureau of Statistics has provided an estimate of the average monthly budget a Syrian household needs in order to live decently.


A full breakdown of Syria's 2019 budget with current and investment expenses detailed for each item in the budget.


Syria’s inflation rate was almost flat last year as some product categories actually witnessed a decline in prices, new data from the government indicate.


The average required expenditure budget of a Syrian household needed to meet its most pressing requirements has remained stable in the first half of this year, according to a local report.


The two tables below list the number of foreigners by nationality who entered Syria in the period 2010-2016.


Syria’s inflation rate continued to decelerate rapidly in the Spring of 2017, falling below 30 percent for the first time in three years, official data show.


Syria’s gross domestic product fell in 2016 to a fifth of its pre-uprising value according to official statistics released for the first time.


A full breakdown of Syria's 2018 budget with current and investment expenses detailed for each item in the budget.


Reports of new labour supply patterns in the Syrian economy are increasing and highlight the changing structure of the labour market over the past seven years.


Syrian official data have confirmed that inflation continued to decelerate at the beginning of last year.


The average monthly income needed to meet the requirements of an average household in Damascus has mostly remained unchanged last year, the first time it does not increase since 2011, according to a pro-regime media.


Syria’s inflation rate remained high in 2016 official data show, although the increase in prices began to decelerate by the last quarter of the year.


The Ministry of Domestic Trade has decreased the price of several food items as the improvement in the value of the pound helps reduce import costs.


This is the text of the law regulating elections in Syria at the presidential, legislative and local administration levels.


Syria’s inflation was 50 percent in October, the last month for which data is available, a very high rate but still a decrease relative to previous months.


Updated on August 22, 2017: The latest inflation data indicate that the rate of price increases was stable but still very high in the fall of last year.


In the past six weeks, the Syrian pound has gained ground relative to the U.S. dollar, bringing it back to its level of six months ago.


This key document provides the first legal framework for decentralisation in Syria. It was passed in October 2011, a few months after the beginning of the uprising.


A full breakdown of Syria's 2017 budget with current and investment expenses detailed for each item in the budget.


The tables below provide a breakdown by countries of Syria's exports and imports in 2010, the last year before the uprising and for which data from the Syrian authorities is available.


The tables below provide details on the main clients and suppliers of oil products to Syria in 2009, the last year for which data is available.


Some USD 11 billion would be required to kickstart Syria’s agricultural production, improve livelihoods, and reduce migration and the need for humanitarian aid, a report by the FAO has found.


Syria’s consumer prices increased by more than 50 percent last August, the most recent date for which official data are available.


Consumer prices continued to rise steeply in the middle of last year, new data indicate.


Syria’s inflation rate in June 2016, the last month for which data is available, rose to its highest rate in some three years.


Only a week after the announcement that Aleppo Airport will resume its operations soon, flights have resumed at Lattakia’s Bassel Al-Assad airport.


Syria’s annual inflation rate remained very high, although stable, in May.

Syria's inflation rate was mostly stable in March and April, the last two months for which data are available, the government's statistical body has said.


Syria’s annual inflation rate stood at 44.1 percent in February, according to official data.


Syria's annual inflation rate per consumption category.


Syria’s official annual inflation rate reached 48.1 percent, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics.


This table provides data on Syria's resident population at the end of 2010 distributed across the 14 governorates.


Syria’s inflation rate stood at 38.8 percent in July on an annual basis.


Syria’s inflation rate continued to increase in March and April, according to official data.


Prices increased again in February in Syria with the annual inflation rate at 27 percent.


Syria’s inflation rate reached 17 percent in 2014 and accelerated in the first month of this year, according to official data.


According to the Syrian Government, inflation in January of this year declined on a monthly basis.


A recent report by a Syrian research house has confirmed the dramatic decline in Syria’s economic output and the no less tragic rise in poverty and unemployment.


Syria’s monthly inflation rate continued to stabilise at the end of last year, although annual price increases remained significant.


Syria’s inflation rate showed a rare month-to-month decline last November, according to official statistics.