December 5, 2000
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad last month married in a discreet ceremony a young woman from a prominent Sunni family.
The Societe Generale Libano-europeenne de Banque (SGLEB) is the first international private bank to open a branch in a free zone in Syria, an advertisement said Monday, December 4, in the press.
The Societe Generale Libano-europeenne de Banque (SGLEB) is the first international private bank to open a branch in a free zone in Syria, an advertisement said Monday, December 4, in the press. The S
December 4, 2000
President Bashar Assad approved sweeping economic reforms for Syria on Saturday, December 2, including the establishment of private banks to end nearly 40 years of government monopoly of the banking s
The creation of private banks and of a stock exchange in Syria will lift massive obstacles to investment in the country, but the traditionally interventionist economy still needs vast structural refor
December 3, 2000
A recently released official report estimated at $60 billion the available Syrian funds abroad, adding that the Syrian government has been making substantial efforts to bring these funds back home.
Syria Saturday, December 1, gave the green light to the establishment of private banks \"in the form of private or mixed shareholding companies\", and of a stock exchange, the official SANA news agenc
December 2, 2000
Syria Saturday gave the green light to the establishment of private banks \"in the form of private or mixed shareholding companies,\" and of a stock e
Israel is preparing \"plans for aggression\" against Syria, and Damascus should take them seriously.
November 30, 2000
Albawaba - Ramallah The Palestinian Organization for Human Rights has released a list of the names of Palestinian and Arab prisoners and missing pers
Syrian communists, who are allied to the ruling Baath Party within the National Progressive Front (NPF), on Thursday hailed as democratic a decision t
November 29, 2000
In heavy rain, about 50,000 Palestinians and Syrians marched through a Palestine refugee camp south of Damascus Wednesday in solidarity with the Intif
By Nabil Al Mulhem Albawaba.com - Damascus When journalists asked French philosopher Francois Chatelet about the last philosophy book she had read, s
The Syrian Statistics Bureau Chief in Damascus, revealed although prices of the residential apartments and real estate properties declined by 30-50 percent over the past five years, the housing crisis
Syria’s is reportedly in the process of narrowing down the number of candidates to set up the country’s mobile telephone systems. Plans by Germany\'s Siemens and Sweden\'s Ericsson are being consider