The following is a list of questions and answers provided by the United States' Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) on Syrian sanctions.
Prior to the uprising, China was a major trade partner of Syria and had investments in the country, especially in its petroleum sector. Although trade increased following the 2011 conflict, Chinese companies largely withdrew from the market. Meanwhile, the Chinese government played a quiet but supportive role for Syrian authorities
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.
The following table gives an overview of the rate of the U.S. dollar relative to the Syrian Pound in the black market since March 2011.
Although, historically, political differences have often driven a wedge between Damascus and Amman, shared economic interests have frequently spurred rapprochement between the two countries.
The annual percentage change in the consumer price index in Syria since 2010.