Subjects – Syria Report

Phosphate

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. 

Library

21-06-2022
Stroytransgaz, a Russian engineering and construction company, has become a major player in Syria’s economy over the past few years, expanding its pre-conflict activities and reaching into new sectors. It has won major contracts in the fields of phosphates, port management, and fertilisers, at times at the expense of Iranian competitors, and has grown into a major symbol of Russia’s growing economic and political sway in Syria.
14-06-2022
In this 2,600-word report, The Syria Report provides an overview of the recent history and status of Syria's three commercial maritime ports in Lattakia, Tartous, and Banias.

Companies

28-03-2022
Investing in gravel, sand, phosphate, and basalt quarries; trading of building materials, marble, and granite.
08-09-2021
KMKA is an Iranian company specialised in rock phosphate extraction.
29-04-2020
Al-Rafedin is a chemical fertilisers firm founded in 2012.