The following charts provide an overview of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Syria.
The following tables provide an overview of the commodities and services that have been deemed essential by the Syrian government.
The following tables provide an overview of the number of non-natural deaths that occurred in relation to the Syrian conflict between 2011 and 2021.
The location and status of Syria's border crossings with Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon, and Jordan as of March 22, 2022.
Following is a table showing the number of asylum applications by Syrians in European countries between 2011 and 2021.
The table below lists the salaries paid to Syrian public sector employees after the pay rise announced by the Syrian President on December 15, 2021.
These two tables provide data on Syria's production of phosphate between 1998 and 2019 as well as its reserves and global ranking.
On September 19, the state-owned Syrian Telecommunications Company (STC) announced a 40- to 300-percent increase in its service and subscription fees starting from October 1, 2021.
The table below lists the conditions under which Syrian companies are categorised as micro, small or medium enterprises. The criteria differ depending on the sectors of activity.
The Syrian Investment Authority's annual report for 2019 includes an investment map that lists projects offered for investment in multiple business sectors and geographic locations.
The following file lists the customs duty applied on hundreds of imported goods.
Two tables detailing the number and value of projects licensed by the Syrian Investment Agency as well as their geographic distribution between 2008 and 2018.
The list of the 18 members of the advisory council of the government as of December 02, 2019.
Data on Syria's reserves of minerals and non-metallic ores.
This table lists the properties offered for investment by various state-institutions.
The two tables below list the number of foreigners by nationality who entered Syria in the period 2010-2016.
The estimated size of Syria's population by governorate as of the end of May 2018.
Here is a detailed list of the real estate development areas selected and identified by the Syrian government to attract private investors.
The number of real estate transactions in Syria's fourteen provinces between 2010 and 2016.
The following table provides an estimate in dollars of the physical capital losses of each sector of activity in Syria as at the end of 2016.