The Ministry of Industry has issued a tender inviting private investment in Rastan Cement, a state-owned cement manufacturing company.
Cemena, a subsidiary of Gulf Finance House, has announced that it had awarded the contract to build and equip a cement plant in eastern Syria with an annual capacity of 2 million tons to CBMI of China.
The Italian government is providing a loan of EUR 25.8 million to support Syria’s agro-food industry, according to Hussam Youssef, head of the Export Development and Promotion Agency.
The General Establishment of Geology and Mineral Resources has called in international companies to develop of a marble quarry and of asphalt deposits.
United Arab Aluminum Company Syria has won a USD 8 million contract to conduct the aluminum and glass works for the new airport of Dakar, the capital of Senegal.
Al-Badia Cement (ABC) has announced that it would start production from its plant in Abou Shamat next month.
Bahi Motors, the Syrian dealership of BMW, the German car manufacturer, has announced a year-on-year increase of 22 percent in its sales at the end of September 2010.
Lafarge Cement Syria (LCS) commissioned its cement plant in Aleppo on October 14.
Apollo, an Indian engineering firm, has started works on a project to increase capacity at a state-owned steel company.
The Ministry of Economy has published the retail and wholesale prices for wheat flour to be sold by the state-owned General Company for Mills (GCM). The Ministry of Economy has published the retail and wholesale prices for wheat flour to be sold by the state-owned General Company for Mills (GCM).
Air Liquide, a French manufacturer of industrial gases, has commissioned its first production unit in Syria.
Korean brands continued to hold a majority share of the Syrian car market in the first half of this year according to the state-owned General Foreign Trade Organisation.
The Arab Pharmacists Union (APU) has approved a project by its Syrian branch to set up a baby milk plant in Syria at a cost of USD 20 million, according to Adib Shanan, chairman of APU.
LyondellBasell Industries NV, a Dutch producer of polyolefin, has announced that it was ending its business ties with Syria, as well as with Iran and Sudan, as it prepares to list on the New York Stock Exchange.
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