The World Bank has allocated $200 million to Jordan and is planning to spend $50 million in Lebanon to help these two countries support the impact of the Syrian crisis, Inger Andersen the Vice-President for the MENA region said.
The US dollar climbed in the Syrian foreign exchange market last week as pressures mounted on the Syrian currency.
Data from the Damascus Chamber of Commerce confirm the sharp decline in business activity faced by investors in the Syrian capital.
|Wednesday 16 April 2014|
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