“Made in Syria” Expo Kicks off in Homs with Participation of 100 Companies

HOMS- With the participation of about 100 companies and under the title ‘our industry is our future’, “Made in Syria” expo kicked off on Thursday in cooperation between Homs and Damascus Industry Chambers, SANA reported.

The expo includes food industries, canned tomato, clothes, cleaning materials, perfumes, and other materials with 25%discounts.

Governor of Homs Talal al-Barazi said that Homs is recovering quickly, and this recovery has provided opportunities to exchange national goods and products among provinces, hailing the efforts of the expo’s managers of Homs and Damascus chamber of Industry.

Renewable Energy Conference Held at Aleppo University

Aleppo, (ST) - The Second Conference on Renewable Energies, held by the Renewable Energy Research Center at the University of Aleppo, took place recently at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.

The President of the University of Aleppo, Dr. Mustafa Avioni stressed the keenness of the participants in the conference to direct education and scientific research towards community service and the process of reconstruction and the development of applied scientific research and activate the role of the university in the face of future requirements and new horizons, pointing out that the University of Aleppo is working to complete a project to feed 25 blocks of construction of the facilities of the University with renewable energy.

Syrian-Russian Businessmen Forum a Step towards Enhancing Economic Cooperation between Russia and Syria

MOSCOW – The Syrian-Russian Businessmen Forum launched its activities on Monday as a step to improve the level of joint work through the contribution of Russian private sector companies as well as Russian government institutions to Syria’s reconstruction process.

The Forum is held at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Moscow with the participation of 281 Russian businessmen and 120 Syrian ones along with representatives of several Syrian governmental bodies concerned in the economic issues, according to SANA.

Syrian-Russian Businessmen Forum Starts Activities Today

DAMASCUS- The Syrian-Russian Businessmen Forum starts activities today in Moscow with the participation of 281 Russian businessmen and 120 Syrian businessmen along with representatives of several Syrian governmental bodies concerned in the economic issues.

According to SANA, the Forum is organized by the Syrian-Russian Businessmen Council and it is held under the auspices of the Russian Government.

Chairman of the Syrian-Russian Businessmen Council Samir Hassan told SANA in a statement that preparations for holding the forum have been finished.

Meeting to Determine Principles of Participation in Upcoming Syrian-Russian Economic Forum

DAMASCUS- Prime Minister Imad Khamis met Syrian businessmen to determine the principles of the Syrian participation in the Syrian-Russian economic forum that will kick off on Monday to discuss cooperation in the domains of industry, trade, agriculture, energy, and tourism, according to SANA.

The participants focused on uniting the efforts of Syrian Ministries and Chambers of Commerce to provide all needed requirements and facilitation for businessmen to be the executive tools to attract investments, provide their Russian counterparts with a clear vision about the investment environment available for strategic projects, and make use of the results of the Russian-Syrian committee for economic cooperation meetings that were held in Sochi.