Real Estate & Construction

01-06-2015
The engineers union in Hama is granting free construction licenses to the families of the soldiers who died fighting with the Syrian army as a means of compensating them for their losses.
25-05-2015
Syria’s state cement plants transferred billions of pounds to the treasury last year in the form of taxes.
11-05-2015
Sales of Portland cement by state plants in the first quarter of this year continued to decline, according to official data.
27-04-2015
The Ministry of Industry has signed an agreement with Pharaon Investment Group to develop the Adra Cement Plant near Damascus.
27-04-2015
More than 100 thousand building violations on real estate properties were recorded in the last four years in Damascus and its countryside, according to a Government official.
20-04-2015
Cement production by plants owned by the state remained relatively stable last year.
13-04-2015
Some 15 percent of Syrian engineers have left the country, according to the union head.
13-04-2015
A coalition of FSA and Kurdish forces have reportedly taken back control of the Lafarge cement plant located in northeastern Syria.
30-03-2015
Syria’s demand for cement could rise to an average of 50 million tons per annum in the five years that follow the end of the conflict, according to a Syrian official.
09-03-2015
The official price of cement sold by state entities has been increased by up to 40 percent following the recent hike in oil derivatives prices.
23-02-2015
Some three months after it suspended production, Al-Badia Cement has announced that it has resumed operations.
16-02-2015
Al-Badia Cement, one of Syria’s largest cement producers, reported rising losses last year, partly because of theft and other security related problems.
26-01-2015
Around 17 thousand real estate transactions were recorded in Damascus last year, according to a Government official.
15-01-2015
Al-Badia Cement, the Syrian subsidiary of Italcementi, said that its factory had stopped production because of security concerns.
16-12-2014
The Real Estate Bank, a state-owned institution, is expected to provide all the funding for the infrastructure works in a controversial real estate project in Damascus.