13,989 craft workshops and 4,611 industrial factories resume production in Aleppo

ALEPPO, (ST)_The industrial sector in Aleppo has witnessed a remarkable development and an accelerated return to production process as the number of  facilities  and craft  workshops  that resumed their work in the  textile, engineering, food and chemical sectors has increased. 
These facilities  have been  rehabilitated after they were destroyed by terrorist groups .  

70 Syrian Pharmaceutical companies ensure about 90% of the need of local market

Medicine Industry sector in Syria has exerted every possible effort to overcome the challenges resulted from the Western coercive measures being imposed on the country and the impacts of the terrorist war which targeted the industrial sector in general.
According to a report published by the Syrian News Agency (SANA), the government has adopted a package of measures to support this significant industry and attract investors in an attempt to enable the pharmaceutical industry in Syria to restore its previous position and develop it.

Investment in Adra industrial city has doubled since the start of 2021

Director of Adra Industrial city Fares Al-Fares says that the investment in the city has doubled since the start of 2021 compared to the same period the last year, pointing out that president Bashar Al-Assad’s recent visit to the city encouraged investment and production. 
He told Damascus-based Al-Watan newspaper on Monday that over 1068 manufacturing facilities are working in the city, while there are 2300 facilities are under construction.  

Renovation and reconstruction operations in the children's hospital in Qadi Askar in Aleppo continue around the clock

The restoration and reconstruction work of the Children’s Hospital in Qadi Askar neighborhood in Aleppo continues to repair the damage caused as a result of terrorism. The operations included construction, mechanical and electrical works, with a completion rate of 28 percent.

Syria and Jordan discuss the developing bilateral economic relations

Damascus, (ST) - The Minister of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection, Talal Al-Barazi, discussed with the Chairman of Jordan Chamber of Commerce, Nael Raja Al-Kabariti, the economic cooperation and trade exchange between Syria and Jordan. 

The two sides discussed the role of businessmen and members of chambers of commerce in developing and activating relations and opening new horizons for them in the interest of the peoples of the two countries.

During the meeting at the ministry building, Minister Al-Barazi affirmed Syria's keenness to provide various forms of sponsorship and support for every activity or work that contributes to revitalizing economic and commercial relations and serving the interests of the two peoples in Syria and Jordan. 

He also pointed out to the importance of continuing communication and meetings between businessmen and owners of economic activities in both countries and establishing economic projects and programs that would contributes to increasing trade exchange and covering the needs of the two countries’ markets for various goods, materials and national products.

The Minister indicated that, the government in Syria is constantly working to provide an investment environment that guarantees the establishment of successful investment projects that achieve mutual benefit. 

Minister Al-Barazi pointed out that there are 600 Syrian companies that have partners from Jordanian businessmen.