Manufacturing

13-12-2001
In a meeting with a European Union representative, the Syrian Minister of Economy, Mohammad el-Imadi, assured that Syria was not subsidising its exporters of clothing and apparels and that it was not dumping the export price of cotton yarns.
03-12-2001
According to Teshreen, exports from public sector enterprises reached US$3.6 billion in the first 9 months of the year. Oil represented the bulk of that figure with US$2.1 billion.
03-12-2001
The Syrian government is planning to merge the different agencies that are in charge of managing the public sector foreign trade, reported Al Sharq al Awsat.
19-11-2001
The Saudi government is in talks with six Arab and Muslim states to sell off its stake in seven joint-venture companies, including the Saudi-Syria company for industrial and agricultural investment, said Al Mustaqbal.
19-11-2001
Issam al-Zaim, the Minister of Planning, said that Syria had no intention of privatising and had made the strategic choice of holding on to state assets in order to face a potential threat from Israel, reported Al Hayat.
05-11-2001
Jacques Sarraf, the president of the Lebanese Industrialists Association is heading a delegation to Damascus to congratulate the newly elected Board of Directors of the Damascus Chamber of Industry, said L'Orient-Le Jour.
22-10-2001
The Syrian government gave finally its go ahead to Vimpex, an Austrian company, to revamp and run the state-owned Deir el Zor paper factory, reported Al Hayat.

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