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Introductory forum on available frameworks of cooperation between Iranian, Syrian companies

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Damascus, On sidelines of the 5th Re-build Syria Expo , currently held at Damascus Fairgrounds, the Iranian Embassy in Damascus organized an introductory forum on the available frameworks for cooperation between the Syrian and Iranian companies and between businessmen from the private sector in both countries.Iranian Ambassador Javad Turk Abadi said that the forum tackled the agreements signed between the two countries which facilitate the economic, trade and financial cooperation and the available capabilities for the Embassy in Damascus to help the investors and the economic activities.Turk Abadi indicated that the participating Iranian companies enjoy a high-level quality and they can contribute to the next stage of the reconstruction in Syria including the rebuilding of the infrastruct...

Re-Build Syria Expo starts activities with participation of about 390 Arab and foreign companies

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Damascus, With the participation of about 390 companies from 31 Arab and foreign states, the 5th Re-Build Syria Expo on Tuesday started activities at Damascus Fairgrounds and it will last till Sep 21st .Various products used in the domains of energy, health, education, agriculture, telecommunication, water technology are displayed at the Expo, in addition to services related to the real estate insurance and development, transportation, tourism and the systems of protection, security and IT.In a statement to SANA, Assistant Minister of Public Works and Housing Eng. Mohammad Saif Eddin said that the Expo is considered as an opportunity for getting acquainted with the most modern building technologies for their significant role in the stage of reconstruction.Saif Eddin hailed the wide partici...

Damascus Cables Company covers local market’s needs through producing 1200 types of cables

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Damascus, The General Company for Cables Industry in Damascus has produced more than 1200 types of isolated cables which are made of copper, aluminum and steel.Director General of the Company Abdel-Qader al-Qaddour attributed the high quality of the company's production and its good reputation at the local and neighboring markets to using developed machines and modern technologies.Al-Qaddour added that the company doesn't have a large number of stores as its products are sold directly, asserting that the company since the beginning of the current year has sold 3,550 tons of cables with a value of SYP 11.518 billion.He stressed that the company's sales have provided a significant amount of foreign currency in addition to providing hundreds of job opportunities, hailing the company's role i...

Fenianos meets World Bank delegation

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Minister of Public Works and Transport, Youssef Fenianos, on Monday received a delegation from the World Bank, with whom he discussed projects funded by the World Bank in Lebanon. Discussions reportedly touched on World Bank-funded projects for public passenger transport in Greater Beirut, rapid mass transit on the coastal highway, and projects belonging to the Ministry's General Directorate of Roads and Buildings, including equipment for snow shoveling and gears that will facilitate the flow of passengers through Rafic Hariri International Airport. Talks also touched on projects related to commercial ports.Source: National News Agency

Fenianos meets World Bank delegation

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Minister of Public Works and Transport, Youssef Fenianos, on Monday received a delegation from the World Bank, with whom he discussed projects funded by the World Bank in Lebanon. Discussions reportedly touched on World Bank-funded projects for public passenger transport in Greater Beirut, rapid mass transit on the coastal highway, and projects belonging to the Ministry's General Directorate of Roads and Buildings, including equipment for snow shoveling and gears that will facilitate the flow of passengers through Rafic Hariri International Airport. Talks also touched on projects related to commercial ports.Source: National News Agency

Fenianos meets World Bank delegation

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Minister of Public Works and Transport, Youssef Fenianos, on Monday received a delegation from the World Bank, with whom he discussed projects funded by the World Bank in Lebanon. Discussions reportedly touched on World Bank-funded projects for public passenger transport in Greater Beirut, rapid mass transit on the coastal highway, and projects belonging to the Ministry's General Directorate of Roads and Buildings, including equipment for snow shoveling and gears that will facilitate the flow of passengers through Rafic Hariri International Airport. Talks also touched on projects related to commercial ports.Source: National News Agency

Made in Syria expo for clothing and textiles kicks off

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Damascus, The Made in Syria expo for clothing, textiles, and production requirements kicked off on Friday at the Fairgrounds, with the participation of around 100 local companies.The four-day expo features a wide range of clothing for men, women, and children, in addition to lingerie, hosiery, leather products, all sorts of textiles, and production requirements.Member of Aleppo Chamber of Commerce board of directors Mohammad Zezan said that more than 300 businessmen from outside Syria have been invited to attend the expo in order to find new markets for local products.Made in Syria is organized by the Federation of Chambers of Industry and the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, in cooperation with the Clothing and Textiles Exporters Association.Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

Made in Syria expo for clothing and textiles kicks off

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Damascus, The Made in Syria expo for clothing, textiles, and production requirements kicked off on Friday at the Fairgrounds, with the participation of around 100 local companies.The four-day expo features a wide range of clothing for men, women, and children, in addition to lingerie, hosiery, leather products, all sorts of textiles, and production requirements.Member of Aleppo Chamber of Commerce board of directors Mohammad Zezan said that more than 300 businessmen from outside Syria have been invited to attend the expo in order to find new markets for local products.Made in Syria is organized by the Federation of Chambers of Industry and the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, in cooperation with the Clothing and Textiles Exporters Association.Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

International Trade Union Forum: Launching global campaign to break economic siege on Syria

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Damascus, Participants in the 3rd International Trade Union Forum decided to launch a global campaign to break the economic campaign imposed on Syria using all possible means and revealing the truth about the states that are involved in the aggression on Syria.In a statement at the conclusion of the Forum on Monday, the participants stressed the need for expanding cooperation among all states to fight terrorism, affirming their countries' support with Syria in confronting the policies of hostile forces.The participants denounced the inhumane exploitation of the issue of Syrian refugees, denouncing certain governments' attempts to hinder the return of displaced Syrians to their homeland, and calling for holding those who violate the displaced people's rights accountable.They also denounced ...

International Trade Union Forum: Launching global campaign to break economic siege on Syria

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Damascus, Participants in the 3rd International Trade Union Forum decided to launch a global campaign to break the economic campaign imposed on Syria using all possible means and revealing the truth about the states that are involved in the aggression on Syria.In a statement at the conclusion of the Forum on Monday, the participants stressed the need for expanding cooperation among all states to fight terrorism, affirming their countries' support with Syria in confronting the policies of hostile forces.The participants denounced the inhumane exploitation of the issue of Syrian refugees, denouncing certain governments' attempts to hinder the return of displaced Syrians to their homeland, and calling for holding those who violate the displaced people's rights accountable.They also denounced ...