GCC firms keen to invest in Syria
Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) firms are competing fiercely to invest in Syria. Syrian Tourism Minister, Sadallah Agha Al-Qala, told al Qabas daily that his country would continue to offer investors assurances to continue driving investments into Syria.
Kuwaiti companies are the second largest Arab investors in Syria, trailing Saudi Arabia, with 19 projects at a net value of USD 541 million, according to the Kuwaiti Embassy in Syria.
- GCC investors ready to splurge on high-value overseas property
- Leading UAE firm Amanat Holdings looking to invest in GCC projects
- As Saudi's consulting market grows, other GCC states may hold the answer to larger investment
- The reality of realty: inbound property investments in GCC 'far less' than outbound