Turkey (952)

10-03-2011

Contracting and construction works

09-03-2011

Establish and manage hospitals, medical clinics, laboratories, pharmacies, import medical equipments and instruments

09-03-2011

Trading and distribution of garments and textiles. 

09-03-2011

Trading and contracting  

09-03-2011

Manufacturing and trading of chemicals, detergents, sanitary products

09-03-2011
09-03-2011

Trade, import, export; decoration works; equip all kinds of buildings and establishments 

08-03-2011

Trade and manufacturing of all kinds of animal feed

08-03-2011

Trading and contracting

08-03-2011

General Trading; projects management (except tourism projects); open and invest commercial shops

08-03-2011

Import and export trade

08-03-2011

Trade of Olive Oil Equipment

08-03-2011

Travel and Tourism Services 

08-03-2011

Building and construction works

08-03-2011
07-03-2011

The Syrian President on March 7 laid the foundation stone of the Tigris River project, a USD 3 billion scheme that is expected to revive water supply and agriculture production in the north east.

07-03-2011

Cham Hotels, the country’s largest hotel management chain, announced a slight increase in its 2010 profits to SYP 527 million, or USD 11 million, in spite of ongoing disputes with the Ministry of Tourism.

06-03-2011
06-03-2011
14-02-2011
Inter RAO, a Russian power utility, said it intended to establish a subsidiary in Syria to operate in the power supply business.
07-02-2011
Egyptian supplies of natural gas to Syria stopped on February 5 following the explosion that targeted the pipeline carrying it, Sufian Al-Allao, the Minister of Petroleum, said.
07-02-2011

The Syrian and Turkish Prime Ministers laid on February 6 the foundation stone of a “Friendship Dam” built on the Orontes River.

03-02-2011

The Syrian Investment Agency awarded 400 investment licenses to projects across Syria in 2010, including more than half in the manufacturing sector, a figure well above the previous year’s number.

31-01-2011
Bilateral trade between Syria and Turkey expanded 43 percent last year to reach a total of USD 2.5 billion, as Turkey’s presence across various sectors of the Syrian economy is increasing at a fast pace.
31-01-2011

The English transcript of the interview of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad with the Wall Street Journal on January 31, 2011.

24-01-2011

Syria and Iran have inked a preliminary agreement to build a 2,000 km “Islamic” pipeline that will carry gas from Iran to Syria through Iraq.

24-01-2011

Renaissance Construction, a Russian-Turkish company, has bought a stake of 30 percent in the USD 180 million Taj Halab real estate development in Aleppo.

24-01-2011

The number of tourists that entered Syria in 2010 stood at 8.5 million, a year-on-year increase of 40 percent, while tourist revenues rose 60 percent, confirming that the country’s tourism sector was finally getting closer to its potential.

17-01-2011

Bab Rizq Jameel, a Saudi-funded microfinance institution operating in Syria since 2009, said it had created 5,986 new jobs in the country last year.

17-01-2011

Guris, a Turkish conglomerate, has held a ceremony to mark the beginning of the works on the last phase of its EUR 285 million cement plant under construction in northeast Syria.

17-01-2011
The Peasants Union and the Damascus Trade Union have simultaneously called international and local companies to submit offers for the management of two tourism and commercial centres.
10-01-2011

Demand for electricity rose 4.2 percent last year, according to Hisham Mashfej, head of PEEGT, the state-owned power utility.

31-12-2010

The English transcript of the interview of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad with Hurriyet and Bild in 2010.

27-12-2010

Syria and Turkey signed eleven cooperation agreements and confirmed the launch of six projects in the coming months at the end of the second meeting of the Syrian-Turkish High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council (STHLSCC) held in Ankara on December 20 ...

27-12-2010

The Syrian Government has issued a tender for the evaluation of the pre-qualifications bids for the development of the two strategic north-south and east-west motorways.

20-12-2010

Syrian exports declined by a third last year as Iraq continued to take an increasing share of the country’s total international sales, according to official trade statistics.

20-12-2010
The Public Establishment for Electricity Generation and Transmission (PEEGT) has extended its tender for the purchase of some 2 billion kWh of electricity through the Turkish network.
13-12-2010

Sixteen international companies have prequalified for the development of Syria’s first independent power producer, according to the Ministry of Electricity.

29-11-2010

Syria will announce a bid round for offshore blocks in early 2011, according to Syria’s Minister of Petroleum, Sufian Allao.

29-11-2010
Naji Otri, Syria’s PM, inaugurated on November 28 the new 102 km motorway linking the two eastern cities of Deir-ez-Zor and Hassakeh.
15-11-2010
The Public Establishment for Electricity Generation and Transmission (PEEGT) has issued a tender for the purchase of some 2 billion kWh of electricity through the Turkish network.
15-11-2010
Emaar Syria will start issuing tenders for works on a shopping mall in its Eighth Gate development outside Damascus before the end of the year, Sarhad Haffar, the General Manager, has said.
15-11-2010

Six companies have prequalified for the award of Syria’s third mobile phone license, according to the State’s news agency.

09-11-2010

The English transcript of statements made by Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and his Bulgarian counterpart in Sofia on November 09, 2010.

08-11-2010

Nine local and regional companies have been pre-qualified as main contractors for the first phase of the Cordoba Hills Development.

25-10-2010
The number of tourists that entered Syria in the first nine months of 2010 stood at 6.6 million, a year-on-year increase of 46 percent, according to the Ministry of Tourism.
18-10-2010
The number of investment projects that were licensed by the Syrian Investment Agency in the first nine months of this year, or a year-on-year increase of 74 percent.