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20-11-2019

The two tables below list all foreign exchange companies registered in Syria.

22-05-2019

The list below includes the names of all the individuals that have been blacklisted by the European Union since the beginning of the Syrian uprising in March 2011.

23-10-2018

The government’s Reconstruction Committee has provided a list of the rehabilitation projects that are planned for this year.

09-10-2018

Syria’s PM, Imad Khamis, visited last week the two coastal provinces of Tartous and Lattakia where he inaugurated a host of projects including the first government project or building to be named after Bashar Al-Assad.

05-06-2018

The Syrian regime is clamping down on Ayman Jaber, one of Syria’s most prominent warlords and a long-time business partner of the Assad family.

09-01-2018

Data as well as official decisions by the Syrian government confirm that its spending priorities continue to go to its core constituency of the coastal area in addition to the families of the soldiers who died fighting for the regime.

08-08-2017

Manufacturing of pasta, noodles, foodstuffs

06-06-2017

Around half of Syria’s state-owned manufacturing companies are in such dire straits that they will likely never start operations again, an official report has found.

18-04-2017

A large governmental delegation has spent several days in the Tartous governorate last week promising billions of pounds in development projects.

04-10-2016

The destruction of dozens of small cafés and shops located on the seaside of Jableh, apparently to make way to a large real estate development project, has created significant discontent in this coastal town traditionally supportive of the regime.

08-06-2016

A transcript of the speech given by Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad on June 07 at the People’s Assembly.

22-12-2015

The Syrian Metals and Steel Council was established last week with the aim of lobbying for a sector that will benefit from any reconstruction drive.

01-10-2013
12-04-2013

The coastal area is the only remaining part of Syria where some new investment projects are announced, including recently the development of two new tourism properties.

20-06-2011

After-prayers protests on Friday June 17 resulted in the deaths of an estimated 24 as pressure on the Syrian government from the US and the European Union continues to increase.

09-06-2011

The Central Bank of Syria has granted a license for the establishment of two new money changers.

02-06-2008

Syria’s production of steel billets will reach 1.15 million tons in 2009, following the commissioning of two new plants.

25-02-2008

The production of wheat flour reached 2.369 million tons in 2007, according to Ghatfan Al-Azem, the Director-General of the state-owned General Company of Flour Mills (GCFM).

06-07-2006
Syria’s annual production of fish stands at around 18 000 tons per year, according to a recent study by the General Establishment of Fisheries (GEF).
18-03-2006

The Joud Group one, of the largest conglomerates in Syria, is to launch its own water-bottling plant.

17-02-2006
State-owned textile firms, grouped under the General organisation of Textile Industries (GOTI) posted consolidated profits of around SYP 500 million (USD 9.5 million) in 2005, according to Jamal al-Omar, director-general.
17-01-2006

Profits of the Real Estate Bank (REB) doubled in 2005 according to Mulham Dibo, its director-general.

01-03-2005
Total credits of the Real estate Bank stood at SYP 16.8 billion in 2004, according to Mulham Dibo, its director-general.
10-01-2005

Syria’s income from tourism is estimated to have reached USD 1.85 billion in 2004, an annual 31% rise from 2003 (USD 1.414 billion), according to the Ministry of Tourism.

01-10-2003
According to Ibrahim al-Touq, Chairman of the Board of the Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF), the joint BEMO-BSF bank in Syria will start operating before the end of the current year.
01-07-2003

The Foreign Service of the US Department of Agriculture (FAS-USDA) has released its annual report on Syria's cotton sector.

01-07-2003
One of the most significant direct consequences of the landmark Law N°10, passed in 1991 to provide a more friendly environment to private sector investment, was the complete overhaul of the national transport sector.