Economy

11-04-2017
The European Union has lifted its sanctions on a Syrian company that was accused of carrying oil trade with the government, citing insufficient evidence.
11-04-2017
The international community has pledged to give USD 5.9 billion to offset the humanitarian impact of the war on Syria and its neighbouring countries.
04-04-2017
Today’s chemical attack by the Syrian regime is perfectly timed to highlight the impotence and weakness of the West and place further pressure on it to restore ties with Damascus.
04-04-2017
The Syrian President has sacked Adib Mayaleh, the Minister of Economy, as part of a small government reshuffle, ending the political career of a long-time regime servant.
04-04-2017
Spanish courts have ordered the seizure of hundreds of properties worth more than 700 million dollars owned by Rifaat Al-Assad, Bashar’s uncle.
03-04-2017
A government official has said that all the wives of the “martyrs” of the Syrian army will be entitled to a job with the Government.
28-03-2017
Surprise attacks last week by the opposition in Damascus and Hama will do little to change the balance of power on the ground but much to highlight the weak hold of the regime over the country and the unlikeliness of the return of stability in the absence of a political deal.
28-03-2017
The European Union has lifted sanctions on one of the investors most connected to the regime.
21-03-2017
Nader Qalei, a prominent Syrian businessman and former partner of Rami Makhlouf, has been awarded a long-term contract for the management of a 5-star state-owned hotel.
21-03-2017
The European Union has blacklisted four Syrian senior officers for their alleged role in the use of chemical weapons against civilians.
14-03-2017
The European Union issued today a document that outlines its key objectives and lines of actions on Syria, including for post-war reconstruction.
14-03-2017
The Minister of Economy, Adib Mayaleh, has provided new data for Syria’s foreign trade in 2016.
07-03-2017
The success last week of regime forces in linking areas under their control with those of the Kurdish PYD will likely improve supplies of energy and agricultural products in Damascus and other parts of the country, lower costs and provide a small boost to economic activity.
06-03-2017
Despite a decline in its exports to Syria last year, Turkey remained an important trading partner.
27-02-2017
The Syrian government, which is largely isolated from western countries, continues to try to build economic ties with other countries, although, six years after the beginning of the uprising, the impact of these efforts is hardly successful.

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