Subjects – Syria Report

Egypt

News

05-07-2022
Kiev has announced that it will cut political and economic ties with Damascus after the latter recognised Luhansk (also spelt Lugansk) and Donetsk, two Russian-backed breakaway republics in eastern Ukraine. Kiev’s decision, which includes a trade embargo, will further deteriorate relations between the two countries and impact Syria’s trade-related foreign currency inflows. 
11-05-2022
Some EUR 6.4 billion was pledged towards funding the international humanitarian aid effort in Syria during the 2022 Brussels Conference held on May 10. The amount is higher than last year and from what was originally expected. Of this amount, EUR 4.1 billion is allocated for this year and EUR 2.3 billion for 2023.

Library

08-08-2022
The tables below provide a list of Syria’s trade with the world between 2010 and 2021 with the value in US dollar using data sourced from the UN Comtrade database.
26-07-2022
This report provides an overview of Syria's political and economic ties with the Maghreb, namely Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya, since 2000 until today, shedding light on trade, investments, and various agreements.
16-07-2022
The tables below provide a list of Syria’s trade with the world in 2021 with the value in US dollar, sourced from the UN Comtrade database.
12-07-2022
This report provides an overview of Syria’s Air Transportation Sector, including a breakdown of its main actors, an assessment of the sector before and after the start of the conflict, and the current state of affairs.

Companies

22-09-2021
The Farzat Group for Development is made up of five companies working in the trading of foodstuffs and the production of agricultural, industrial and plastic products.