January 21, 2001
A report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) on prospects of the Syrian tourism sector said that Syria is raising its profile as a tourism destination with a combination of promotional efforts, b
January 20, 2001
Syrian President Bashar Assad heads Saturday to the United Arab Emirates, his first visit to the Gulf country since he came to power in July.
January 18, 2001
Prime ministers of Tunisia and Syria will co-chair a joint higher committee in Tunis on January 21.
January 17, 2001
The announcement on January 2 in Syria’s official Tishreen daily that President Bashar al-Assad had wed was typical of the manner in which the 35-year
January 16, 2001
Syrian Ministry of Information has dispatched letters to a number of Arab and foreign correspondents urging them to observe accuracy and objectivity i
Syria is considering reducing its Customs duties on imported goods in an attempt to contain the smuggling of finished products from Lebanon
Turkey and Syria agreed in Ankara Monday to enhance cooperation in natural gas and oil projects in a further sign of improving relations between the t
Syrian official statistics have shown that the domestic sales of the Public Meat Company totaled 184,326,000 Syrian pounds in the first half of 2000, out of SP 247,655,000 planned sales volume for the
The Syrian electrical network will soon be connected to those of Jordan and Egypt, a Syrian official said Monday.
January 15, 2001
Syrian Experts called, in a study recently presented to the Syrian Ministry of Agriculture, for bringing the cultivation of cotton in Syria to a halt.
By Nabil Al Mulhem Albawaba.com - Damascus Nabil Marzouq, a prominent Syrian economist and top official at Syria’s Ministry of Planning believes that
In an interview to Albawaba-MEBG, Nabil Marzouq, a Syrian economic expert and a top official at the ministry of planning, stated that Syria could either get fully involved in globalization, or approac
Some $560 million are needed to reform the public sector of Syria\'s industry, which suffers from heavy bureaucracy, archaic laws and under-qualified labor, the official daily Tishrin said Sunday.
January 11, 2001
While a proliferation of investment projects left the local markets flush with merchandise, a prolonged shortage of rainfall had impacted on Syria’s key agricultural sector, stated the country’s oil m
A project to exploit gas produced from Syria's oil fields by US company Conoco and France's TotalFinaElf has reached the halfway point, Syria's official SANA news agency reported Wednesday.