Al-Badia (65)

04-12-2018

Financial results from Syrian public joint stock companies in the first nine months of this year appear to confirm an improvement in business activity in some sectors.

11-10-2018

In this 2,200-word factsheet we provide a profile of the Syrian cement sector.

12-07-2018

In this 2,600-word factsheet we look at China’s economic interests in Syria.

01-05-2018

Numbers from various sources indicate a slight improvement in demand for cement last year, which is one more indication that some sectors of the Syrian economy started recovering in 2017.

23-04-2018

Cement sales by state-owned companies declined in the first quarter of this year, according to official data.

13-03-2018

A German company is to restart the operations of a plant it operates in Syria after years of stoppage.

06-03-2018

Filings from some companies have confirmed the improvement in the Syrian business environment in 2017 after years of steep decline.

20-02-2018

Sales of cement at Syria’s state-owned plants slightly decreased last year, according to preliminary data.

06-02-2018

The demand for steel and cement in Syria is too low to justify any new investment in this sector, government officials have said.

21-11-2017

The financial results of some of Syria’s largest companies show an increase in revenues across the board, albeit from very low levels.

10-10-2017

Lafarge, the French building materials global company, reportedly paid various armed groups in Syria, including the Islamic State, in order to protect its factory located in the north of the country as it hoped to remain operating and benefit from reconstruction.

05-06-2017

Based on initial data, the sale of Portland cement in Syria is likely to rise this year, indicating an increase in demand in the real estate market.

03-04-2017

The production of cement in Syria last year was stable, the first time it did not decline since 2011.

13-12-2016

The poor level of construction activity is leading to an increase in stockpiles at Syrian cement manufacturing companies.

15-11-2016
Portland cement production in the first nine months of this year remained stable on annual basis, official data show.

15-08-2016

The volume of Portland cement produced and sold by Syrian state-owned enterprises in the first half of 2016 increased compared with the same period of last year, although they remain well below pre-uprising levels.

30-05-2016

Al-Badia Cement, a large cement manufacturing plant located near Damascus, has announced that it is resuming gradually its operations, weeks after its main factory was attacked by the Islamic State.

26-04-2016

Syria’s cement production from state-owned companies was stable in the first quarter of this year as the Government is seeking to launch a new plant under the recently-adopted Public Private Partnership law.

12-04-2016

The attack last week of two large industrial concerns near Damascus highlights the persistent lack of security for people and businesses in areas only a few kilometres away from the Syrian capital.

05-04-2016

The size of Syria’s cement market is estimated to have declined by almost a third in 2015.

09-02-2016

In 2015, the volume of cement produced by Syria’s public sector companies declined by around 20 percent on an annual basis, reflecting both lower demand in the market and production challenges.

09-11-2015

In the first nine months of the year, the volume of cement produced by Syria’s state-owned plants declined by a fifth on an annual basis.

06-07-2015

The production of Portland cement by Syria’s state-owned plants declined in the first half of this year, according to official data.

20-04-2015

Cement production by plants owned by the state remained relatively stable last year.

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.

15-01-2015

Al-Badia Cement, the Syrian subsidiary of Italcementi, said that its factory had stopped production because of security concerns.

23-06-2014

Al-Badia Cement said that operations at its plant located outside Damascus have resumed after a suspension of several weeks.

16-06-2014

Shares in Syria International Islamic Bank gained last week and attracted investors’ interest on the back of the removal of the company from the European Union sanctions list.

31-03-2014

In 2013, demand for cement in Syria declined by 60 percent compared to its level prior to the uprising.

02-09-2013

Al-Badia Cement, one of Syria’s leading cement manufacturers, has reported a decline in revenues and a steep rise in losses over unrealized foreign exchange costs.

25-03-2013

Al-Badia Cement posted an increase in sales last year, its first full year of operations.

23-01-2013

Syria’s state-owned cement manufacturing plants witnessed an annual decline of 25 percent in their sales last year.

05-11-2012

Al-Badia Cement reported a decline in revenues in the third quarter of this year compared to the corresponding period of 2011.

15-10-2012

State-owned cement plants produced 3.2 million tons in the first nine months of this year, according to the General Organization for Cement and Building Materials.

23-07-2012

Syria’s state cement plants sold a total of 2.4 million tons in the first half of this year.

26-03-2012

Syria has increased by 10 to 15 percent the price of cement sold by state-owned plants on the back of an increase in production costs.

21-02-2012

Al-Badia Cement has announced that Tarek Ziad Al-Zaim had been selected to sit as Board member in replacement of Nizar Asaad who resigned in October.

16-02-2012

Al-Badia Cement generated revenues of SYP 4.0 billion and posted a loss of SYP 669 million in 2011, its first year of operations.

21-01-2012

The head of Syria’s cement manufacturing body said total output by Government-owned plants fell 10 percent last year, attributing the decline to competition from the private sector.

13-11-2011

Syria’s state-owned cement plants produced a total of 3.87 million tons in the first nine months of this year, according to the entity in charge of the sector.

30-10-2011

The main index of Syria’s stock exchange crossed the 900 mark again last week after two consecutive days of gains.

23-10-2011

Al-Badia Cement has announced the resignation of Nizar Asaad from its Board of Directors.

16-10-2011

The Syrian financial market regulator, the SCFMS, has accepted the decision of Al-Badia Cement to reduce the nominal value of its shares to SYP 100, from SYP 400 previously.

11-07-2011

Al-Badia Cement, one of two private sector manufacturers of cement in Syria, announced a capital reduction while works on a second production line have been postponed.

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