November 14, 2000
Syria on Monday put into service a $400 million power plant funded by Japan, the official SANA news agency reported.
November 13, 2000
Syria on Monday has put into service a 400 million-dollar power plant funded by Japan.
November 12, 2000
The Syrian army maintained its presence Sunday in the southern Suweida region, a week after 12 people were killed in clashes between nomadic shepherds
Some 400 Syrian academics, writers and journalists called on the Islamic conference that opened Sunday in Doha to use oil as a way to cut US and Europ
Syria's population will soar by nearly 50 percent in the next 10 years, and the country will need $100 billion to create jobs for the millions of new people entering the labor force, an economist said
November 11, 2000
Syria will have to begin liberalizing its state-owned banks without delay if it wants to attracts the billions of dollars it needs for its development
November 9, 2000
Syrian Prime Minister Mohammed Mustapha Miro called Thursday for an Arab economic summit to boost solidarity.
Official Syrian sources estimate the cumulative budget of the local banking sector at SP 679.9 billion, of which SP 275.9 billion is in foreign currencies.
Some 400 potential investors, including the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a branch of the World Bank, gather for a conference in Damascus Thursday, November 9, aimed at promoting the Syrian
November 8, 2000
Some 400 potential investors, including the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a branch of the World Bank, gather for a conference in Damascus T
November 7, 2000
Witnesses coming from Syria said that the bloody clashes that broke out in Suwaida in the south of Syria between Bedouins and farmers on Monday renewe
November 6, 2000
Violent clashes erupted between Bedouins and peasants in the south Syrian city of Suwaida’, leaving ten people dead and more then thirty seven injured
A Syrian citizen crossed the Israeli border and was arrested by the Israeli forces near Ramat Magshimim in the south of the Golan Heights, said the Is
Syria’s Interior Minister, Muhammad Harbah, voiced his country's readiness to expand security cooperation with Iran.
The cumulative losses of the Syrian Textile Public Corporation subsidiaries exceeded three billion Syrian pounds ($60 million) this year, causing them to run out of liquidity.