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Syrian Economic Indicators for 2020 ( 2021-05-03 )

After several years of continued decline, the Syrian economy achieved a growth of 1.4% and 2.8% in the years 2018 and 2019, respectively, driven by a relative improvement in the security situation and the resumption of agricultural and industrial production. However, growth dropped again in 2020 by about 7.6% due to several ...

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أمام استمرار تشويه الهدف الأساس من إطلاق التشاركية وغموض المفهوم … 14 ملاحظة لتصحيح مفهوم التشاركية وتعديل قانونها في سورية ( 2019-09-29 )

I was incited to write these lines after what I read about the "Public-Private Partnership seminar" organized by the Damascus Chamber of Commerce on 10 July 2019 within the weekly Wednesday forum

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الخبير الاقتصادي نبيل سكر لـ«الوطن»: مطلوب اتفاقيات للتعامل بغير الدولار مع إيران وروسيا والصين والهند لمواجهة العقوبات الأميركية ( 2019-05-19 )

The economic war and sanctions on Syria are increasing. The EU issued a new package of sanctions in February 2019 targeting Syrian businessmen working in the fields of real estate and trade, and the US has been threatening with the Caesar Act. Alwatan newspaper conducted an interview with Dr Nabil Sukkar on this subject  ...

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The State of the Syrian Economy at the end of 2017 ( 2018-02-22 )

The conflict in Syria has almost completed its seventh year. The war and external economic sanctions caused extensive damage to the Syrian economy..

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The State of the Syrian Economy at the end of 2016 ( 2017-01-31 )

The conflict in Syria has almost completed its sixth year. The war, together with the economic sanctions, devastated the Syrian economy. They affected almost all types of infrastructure (electricity, water systems, transport and communication), direct productive activities (oil, industry and agriculture), and housing, ...

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