October 4, 2001
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.
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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.
September 29, 2001
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi reiterated Saturday that his country would not participate in any anti-terrorism coalition led by the United St
September 27, 2001
The Syrian Grapes Manufacturing Company, a subsidiary of the Food Industries Public Corporation, has recently announced that it expects to meet its annual marketing goals, set at 11,000 tons for the y
Iraqi Trade Minister Muhammad Mahdi Salah recently revealed that in the first nine months of the year 2001, Syrian exports to Iraq totaled $1.35 billion, more than double the total for the whole of 20
September 26, 2001
The prospect of extensive oil and gas deposits in Mediterranean waters has prompted a trilateral cooperation between Egypt, Syria and Cyprus, to build a gas pipeline and join efforts in tapping lucrat
September 25, 2001
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat's landmark visit to Syria on Tuesday has been unilaterally "cancelled" by Syria and will no longer take place.
The European Union (EU) has filed an official complaint with Syria, objecting to the arrests of 10 political activists.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat called Tuesday off a landmark planned visit to Syria for the second time this month.
A European Union (EU) delegation arrived Tuesday in Pakistan on the first leg of a tour that will also take them to Iran and three Arab countries, in