A pro-regime media has provided the first estimate of the number of civil servants and other beneficiaries of government salaries living in opposition and other areas outside regime control.
A European Union court has lifted sanctions on two parent companies that were blacklisted in 2014 for the shipment of oil products to the Syrian regime.
The French authorities have temporarily seized assets of Rifaat Al-Assad pending the end of a case brought against him for corruption and embezzlement of funds.
The Syrian President has appointed a new governor in Aleppo, Hussein Ahmad Diab.
The total value of contracts awarded to Syrian companies by United Nations agencies last year was close to USD 200 million, according to a UN document.
The Syrian government has changed again the rules regulating import trade in a bid to facilitate and speed transactions.
The Islamic State has reportedly paid millions in welfare support to dozens of thousands of Syrians living under its rule.
The UN has been granting dozens of millions of dollars to companies associated with the regime, a report from The Guardian has found.
The U.S. Treasury has removed from its Syria sanctions list a Lebanese businessman and his company.
A Syrian pro-regime publication has claimed that a handful of traders control as much as 60 percent of all Syria’s import trade, a report that reflects the tensions existing between Syrian businessmen over the control of import trade.
Syria’s GDP will continue to decline next year, albeit at a slower rate, according to ESCWA, a UN body.
An opposition fund has announced new funding contracts for development projects in the opposition-held parts of the country, in particular its first venture in the education sector.
The outburst of violence in the city of Hassakeh between the Syrian regime and the YPG, the armed branch of the Kurdish PYD, has ended with an agreement today that will apparently lead to the withdrawal of all forces affiliated with the Syrian regime, a move that has significant consequences on the political scene as well as on the governance of Syria’s northeast.
Turkish exports to Syria in the first half of the year declined but remained relatively strong.
The number of investment projects licensed by the Syrian Investment Agency in the first half of 2016 declined markedly on an annual basis.
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