Nassib Border (13)

18-09-2018

The government has multiplied by five the transit fee levied on trucks transiting through Syria in an obvious bid to increase its leverage on Lebanon and Jordan.

21-08-2018

Cham Wings has launched a new service to Amman which highlights the warming of the relations between the two countries.

31-07-2018

Jordan has taken an additional step towards restoring its ties with Damascus as it invites several Syrian business lobbying groups to visit Amman.

24-07-2018

The expected reopening of the Nassib border crossing between Jordan and Syria is being used as a leverage by the Syrian regime for political gains.

10-07-2018

The Syrian regime’s control of the Nassib border crossing with Jordan is going to have significant economic and trade consequences.

19-09-2017

The value of the Syrian pound relative to the dollar continued to rise in recent weeks although the trend is unlikely to last.

29-08-2017

The expected reopening of the Syrian-Jordanian border crossing will bring significant benefits to the Syrian economy.

22-11-2016

A Jordanian official has said that his government would consider an opening of a new border crossing with Syria, potentially enabling a resumption of trade ties between the two countries.

11-01-2016

Revenues generated by the customs department increased last year in Syrian Pound terms, although this was only the consequence of the decline in the value of the currency.

11-05-2015

After four years of continuous decline, container volumes increased in 2014 in the Port of Lattakia, although the beginning of this year saw a new decrease.

06-04-2015

Groups affiliated with the opposition took on Thursday the last border crossing with Jordan still controlled by the Syrian Government, leading to potentially significant damages to Syria’s foreign trade.

15-09-2005
The Syrian Customs' Directorate-General is undertaking a project to modernize Syrian Customs in collaboration with the Department of State Planning and the United Nations through the UN Development Program (UNDP) and the UN Conference on Trade and Deve...
01-04-2004
A number of new duty free markets (DFMs) are expected to be set up on Syria's borders, according to a story from Zone News an Arabic news portal, after licenses in that sense have been provided to unnamed Syrian private investors.