October 7, 2001
Syria's Fouad Naim Takla Company said it had won a $42 million contract to build the 300-room Damascus Four Seasons hotel on Saturday, October 6, which will become the country's largest. The company'
October 6, 2001
UAE President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan has sent a congratulatory message to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the occasion of Egyptian Arme
A Kuwaiti fire fighting delegation discussed with the civil aviation officials in the UAE ways to foster cooperation and coordination between both cou
Syrian Prime Minister Mustafa Miro will start a visit to Jordan on Sunday, arriving at the head of his country's delegation to meetings of the joint J
US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has rejected an invitation to visit Israel during his tour of the Middle East, according to an Israeli press r
October 4, 2001
Tehran has turned to Russia to meet its military needs, but the Islamic republic’s new deal with the world’s second-biggest arms supplier is bound to
The Egyptian Electrical Project Company has recently won two tenders, valued at $26 million in Algeria and in the Sultanate of Oman.
Syrian economy will record a three percent growth rate in the year 2001 compared with 0.5 percent in 2000, an economists at the Tuesday Economic Forum forecasted, adding that an average 3.5 percent gr
A new tourism project, the Assad Euphrates complex, will be constructed by 2006 on the Assad Lake, according to Syrian Tourism Ministry plans. The private Kuwaiti investment company Al-Futuh. will be
October 2, 2001
Syria’s General Organization for Food Industries recently concluded a contract with the Egyptian Holding Company, under which 5,000 tons of edible oils and 20,000 tons of cottonseed oil would be expor
Syria’s largest bank, the state-owned Commercial Bank of Syria (CBS), announced it had obtained a permit from the Visa International network to issue credit cards to its local clients.
<b>Date:</b> Aug 28 – Sep 28, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Syria <b>Specifics:</b> A Business and Economy Trade Show <b>Coordination By:</b> Aleppo Chamber of Commerce <B>Tel : </B> 00963 11 239 320
October 1, 2001
A Syrian truck driver died Sunday after his vehicle overturned in the thick fog, which blanketed the Emirati city of Dubai.
September 30, 2001
An official Syrian daily Sunday welcomed the UN resolution cracking down on the financial sources of terrorism while calling for a debate on the root
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad received on Saturday a letter from British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the contents of which were not disclosed.