The list below includes the names of all the Syrian entities that have been blacklisted by the European Union since the beginning of the uprising in March 2011.
The European Union has lifted sanctions on one of the investors most connected to the regime.
The list below includes the names of all the individuals that have been blacklisted by the European Union since the beginning of the Syrian uprising in March 2011.
An attack on Syria’s last standing gas processing plant temporarily shut down most electricity production across the country, highlighting the extreme weakness of the country’s energy infrastructure.
The European Court of Justice has confirmed the blacklisting of three key Syrian businessmen.
Production of reinforced iron
The Syrian Government has rushed in recent weeks to approve various laws and decisions in the economic field.
The Syrian Metals and Steel Council was established last week with the aim of lobbying for a sector that will benefit from any reconstruction drive.
The European Union has blacklisted again three Syrian businessmen, including Mohammad Hamsho, after they had managed to cancel a previous listing.
The European Union has added new companies and individuals to its sanctions list, including two Lebanese companies and a prominent Syrian businessman.
The European Union has expanded the list of persons it is putting under sanctions to include five more individuals, including the Minister of Defence, Ali Habib.
Syria’s production of steel billets will reach 1.15 million tons in 2009, following the commissioning of two new plants.