Syria

December 15, 2000

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By Nabil Al Mulhem  Albawaba.com – Damascus  “I would,” said Abdul Rauf Olwan, a philosophy student at Damascus University. “But before we did that,

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An official Syrian newspaper called on US President-elect George W. Bush Friday to adopt an \"even-handed\" approach in trying to help resolve the Mid

December 14, 2000

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Druze schools and businesses shut down Thursday as residents honored a strike on the 19th anniversary of Israel\'s annexation of the occupied Golan He

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Dozens of Syrian academics, doctors and journalists gathered in a central square in Damascus Wednesday to call for a boycott of US goods in support of the intifada in the Palestinian territories.

December 13, 2000

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Hundreds of Syrians, including intellectuals, leftist party members and students staged a demonstration in Damascus Wednesday chanting ‘down with Wash

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Syria\'s official press expressed skepticism Wednesday about the US-led international commission investigating the causes of nearly 11 weeks of Israel

December 12, 2000

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A reactivation of the Arab economic boycott on Israel would be a response to the Zionist aggression against the Palestinians.

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Financial cooperation between the European Union and Syria will gain new life this coming week, with the European Investment Bank (EIB) loaning Syria money - an estimated $66 million - for the first t

December 11, 2000

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Syria will soon launch a set of measures to reform its uncompetitive industrial sector.

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Franco-Lebanese bank Societe Generale Libano-Europeenne de Banque (SGLEB) announced that its new branch in the Damascus free zone in Syria had opened for business.   The bank is the first of the four

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During the meeting of the ruling Baath Party’s Regional Command headed by Syrian President Bashar Assad, decrees were approved on the establishment of private banks, a stock market, and the introducti

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A senior source at the European Commission Office in Damascus revealed that the European Investment Bank will launch its first investment project in Syria next year. According to <I>Al-Watan</I> newsp

December 10, 2000

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A joint Lebanese-Syrian technical team will start rehabilitating the Lebanese and Syrian sections of the Iraqi oil pipeline in January, the Daily Star

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Financial cooperation between the European Union and Syria will gain new life this coming week, with the European Investment Bank (EIB) loaning Syria

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The Saudi Syrian National Company will begin to produce and market various dairy products, yogurt and fruit juices in the beginning of next year.