Damascus Cham Holding (16)

30-01-2019

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.

22-01-2019

The list below includes the names of all the Syrian entities that have been blacklisted by the European Union since the beginning of the uprising in March 2011.

22-01-2019

For the first time, the European Union has put sanctions on the business elite that has emerged from the Syrian war as well as on its most symbolic investment project.

17-12-2018

Chinese investors, among others, have recently been visiting the site of the Marota City project, which is struggling to attract investors and funding.

07-08-2018

A prominent UAE investor visited Damascus today, representing a rare case of an influential figure from the Gulf countries travelling to Syria since 2011.

19-04-2018

In this 2,300-word factsheet we provide a profile of Samer Foz, who in the space of the past two years has risen to become Syria’s most powerful investor.

17-04-2018

Since it was established in 2016 to develop the Marota City development, Damascus Cham has established various joint ventures with private investors. Here is their list.

17-04-2018

Damascus Cham Holding has announced the signing of a new joint-venture with private investors to invest in Marota City as well as having received a license to establish the country’s first mortgage finance company.

03-04-2018

Damascus Cham Holding has been granted the right to manage all parking spaces within the city of Damascus.

27-03-2018

Rami Makhlouf is now involved in the controversial Marota City real estate development in the Mazzeh District of Damascus.

13-02-2018

Damascus Cham Holding is establishing a new joint venture with private investors to develop several properties in Marota City, the controversial large real estate project in the Syrian capital.

16-01-2018

The Syrian regime is planning to extend to all of Syria a law that enables the displacement of populations from informal housing areas under the pretext of building modern real estate development projects.

16-01-2018

Updated on February 02, 2018 (see bottom for details on updates): A new Syrian investor has signed an agreement to invest in the Basatin Al-Razi real estate area near Damascus.

09-01-2018

A Syrian businessman, little heard of until recently, has signed two contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars to participate in the development of the controversial Basatin Al-Razi project.

21-11-2017

Samer Foz has been granted the right to develop real estate properties worth hundreds of millions of dollars in the Basatin Al-Razi project in Damascus.

11-10-2016

The Damascus governorate is set to launch a new holding company to develop real estate projects in the capital.