The Islamic State last week attacked and took control of a major gas field in central Syria that is part of assets owned by Canada’s Suncor Energy.
Syria’s gross domestic product is forecast to grow this year for the first time since the beginning of the uprising in 2011, a Government official said.
During a speech last week following his re-election, and as the Syrian air force and army continued to bomb various parts of the country, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad said that the coming period would see his Government focus on rebuilding damaged physical assets.
|Tuesday 22 July 2014|
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