Joud Group (18)

05-06-2018

A decree granting citizenship to dozens of foreigners, including prominent Syrian investors, has created an uproar in Lebanon.

16-05-2017

Despite the war, the Central Boycott Office of the Arab League continues to operate from Damascus and blacklist companies that deal with Israel, including recently two large western groups.

25-10-2016

The table below lists the main fast moving consumer goods companies in Syria with the brands they distribute.

25-10-2016

Last week saw the death in Lattakia of Soubhi Joud, founder of the Joud Group, one of the country’s largest business conglomerates.

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.

24-12-2012
24-12-2012
08-09-2011

Turkey’s Coca Cola Icecek has raised its stake in Syrian Soft Drink Sales and Distribution LLC, the company distributing Coca-Cola products in Syria, to 90 percent following a capital restructuring.

30-05-2011

Souria Holding, one of the country’s largest holding companies, has elected a new Board of Directors that includes six new members.

06-03-2011
03-03-2011
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.

13-09-2010

Air Liquide, a French manufacturer of industrial gases, has commissioned its first production unit in Syria.

09-08-2010

The Fast Moving Consumer Goods sector or FMCG is a booming sector in Syria, following the liberalization of foreign trade, the establishment of free trade areas with Arab countries and Turkey and the general decrease in customs tariffs on imports.

02-06-2008

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

05-03-2007

Joud Group is planning to set up a steel billet manufacturing plant in the industrial city of Adra, some 35 km north east of Damascus, in joint-venture with unnamed Syrian and Lebanese investors. The plant will have an annual production capacity of 512...

18-03-2006

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

02-07-2005

The Syrian Government has removed Pepsi-Cola from the blacklist of firms dealing with Israel set by the Damascus-based Bureau for the Boycott of Israel, which is affiliated with the Arab League.