Toyota has launched in Syria its latest generation car, Prius, the first hybrid vehicle to enter the Syrian market.
Syria's phosphate sector felt the impact of the global crisis in 2009 and posted significant declines in production and export volumes.
Hani Maklouf, CEO of Al-Hani Trading Group, announced that it had completed construction works on a lime plant it is building in cooperation Italy’s Tirozzi Co., and other international firms.
Altoun Group is among the fastest growing group of companies in Syria. Best known for its Hyundai car dealership, the company is also embarking in cement production. The Syria Report talks to Salim Altoun, Chairman and CEO.
BMW Middle East increased its sales in Syria to 878 units in 2009, according to a press release from the company.
Fresh Mountain Juice, a joint-stock company based in Suweida that produces various beverages, has been offered for sale, according to the Syrian Commission on Financial Markets and Securities (SCFMS).
Syrian textile manufacturers have been severely impacted by trade liberalization and the global crisis. The Ministry of Industry and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) have launched a programme to increase the competitivenes...  
The Syrian Commission on Financial Markets and Securities (SCFMS) has announced that the cumulative losses of French Mountain Juice (FMJ) had reached 79.14 percent of its paid-up capital.
Shimizu, a Japanese corporation, will invest USD 3.58 million in the development of a burning system at a plant affiliated to the General Fertilizers Company, according to Ahmad Kharma, the general manager of GFC.
Steel Rolling International Company (SRIC) will commission its reinforcing bar plant before the end of this year with an annual production capacity of 300,000 tons.
In spite of strong interest from local investors, Syria’s industrial cities have yet to attract significant numbers of foreign companies.
The Syrian President has issued a decree cancelling the import fees and commissions paid by local industrialists to state-owned institutions.
The Italian government has agreed to loan EUR 20 million to support the development of the textile industry in Syria.
Construction Products Holding Company has officially launched its operations in the Industrial City of Adra.
SIVECO, one of Syria’s two car assembly companies, commissioned on July 3 a new production line at its plant based in the Industrial City of Hessia, some 50km south of Homs.