January 3, 2001
Syrian President Bashar al-Bassad said Wednesday he wanted to see Europe play an \"effective role\" in the Middle East, as he met Italian Interior Min
By Nabil Al Mulhem Albawaba.com – Beirut Press reports have talked of souring relations between the two allies,Syria and Iran, after the death of the
The Syrian government and the local private sector are presently making preparations to set up a joint enterprise to construct the necessary infrastructure for the information networks in Syria.
January 2, 2001
Syria’s Parliament has approved Saturday more than $1 billion in additional spending to bolster struggling state companies, Syria\'s official news age
Syria\'s official press confirmed Tuesday that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, 35, had married a British-born computer science graduate, Asma Akhras
Addressing an investment seminar in Damascus, the Director General of the Syrian Investment Office, Mohammed Saraqbi, said that Syria manufactures 700,000 tons of citrus per annum.
December 31, 2000
Syria plans to plant 40 million fruit and forest trees in 2001, as well as nine million fodder trees, as part of an agriculture ministry program.
French President Jacques Chirac and his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad spoke by telephone Sunday about the Middle East situation.
The Chrysler International Corporation, the American partner of the Daimler Chrysler company, has recently penetrated into the Syrian markets.
Syrian Irrigation Minister Taha al-Atrash is expected in Iraq soon to seal an accord on sharing the waters of the Euphrates River.
December 30, 2000
Members of the regional command of the Syrian ruling Baath Party discussed at a meeting last week working papers related to the economic future of the
The European Union (EU) and Syria signed a two million Euro finance deal to support Syrian cultural heritage.
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad is planning to visit Iran in the coming few days for regional discussions.
December 28, 2000
Syria has set itself the difficult goal of making public companies profitable without resorting to privatizations, which would imply major job lay-offs. Syria wants a smooth change, to avoid the socia
Syria has set itself the difficult goal of making public companies profitable without resorting to privatizations, which would imply major job lay-offs. \"The state sector plays an important social pa