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English-Language Schools in the Islamic State Areas in Raqqa

English-Language Schools in the Islamic State Areas in Raqqa

February 27, 2015, Comments Off

Aljazeera – February 25, 2015 The Islamic State intends to open two English-language schools in Raqqa, one of them is “Al-Zarkawi School”. Observers believe that the Islamic State is deluding... Read More»

The UN Agencies Prepare to Aid Aleppo Once a Ceasefire is declared

The UN Agencies Prepare to Aid Aleppo Once a Ceasefire is declared

February 27, 2015, Comments Off

Alarabiya – February 23, 2015 The Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Program was in Brussels, and said on Monday that the UN major agencies are ready to... Read More»

Like Father Like Son; the Assad Robs Syria

Like Father Like Son; the Assad Robs Syria

February 27, 2015, Comments Off

Alarabi Aljadid – February 23, 2015 Last year, the Syrian regime claimed “economic reforms” aimed to eliminate monopoly of economic activity that prevailed at the time of “the Socialist Baath... Read More»

Islamic State’s oil traded in regime areas as Homs Refinery cuts production

Islamic State’s oil traded in regime areas as Homs Refinery cuts production

February 25, 2015, Comments Off

Zaman Al Wasl – February 24, 2015 Homs’s refinery works at only 2.5% of its capacity with 9 barrels a day barrels since it used to produce 385 barrels due to... Read More»

Analysis

Fluctuated Prices of Gas Cylinders in Aleppo Province within the Last Two Months

Fluctuated Prices of Gas Cylinders in Aleppo Province within the Last Two Months

January 30, 2015, Comments Off

Syrian Economic Forum – January 30, 2015 The prices of gas cylinders in Aleppo province are in significant change due to the instable security conditions in the province neighborhoods and... Read More»

Till when would Iran support injustice?

Till when would Iran support injustice?

January 16, 2015, Comments Off

Syrian Economic Forum – January 16, 2015 Despite the strength of Iran’s GDP, it lives in extreme poverty which is no secret for people concerned with Iranian affairs. It allocates... Read More»

The Madness of Oil Trade and Power Resources in Syria

The Madness of Oil Trade and Power Resources in Syria

December 26, 2014, Comments Off

Syrian Economic Forum – December 23, 2014 The trade of oil derivatives is under a great demand in various areas in Syria; especially after the spread of primary and movable... Read More»

Crisis of Syrian investors in Turkey

Crisis of Syrian investors in Turkey

December 18, 2014, Comments Off

Syrian Economic Forum – December 18, 2014 We had some direct interviews with few Syrian business men in Gaziantep and Killes, to discuss the problems they are facing in Turkey... Read More»

Reports

Economic and the Business Community in Transitional Justice

Economic and the Business Community in Transitional Justice

July 15, 2014, Comments Off

Syrian Economic Forum – July 15, 2014 On June 24, SEF Chairman Mr. Ayman Tabbaa presented SEF’s view of the role of the business community in transitional justice at a... Read More»

Workshop on the reality of factories in Syria

Workshop on the reality of factories in Syria

June 4, 2014, Comments Off

Syrian Economic Forum – June 04, 2014 The Syrian Economic Forum organized a workshop on the reality of factories in Syria on June 2nd, 2014, which was held in Taymour... Read More»

Declining Incomes and increasing costs of living

Declining Incomes and increasing costs of living

October 4, 2013, Comments Off

Syrian Economic Forum – October 4, 2013 By Mohammad Al-Arabi Bakri During the last period, the Syrian market had a significant increase of prices in all sectors with an absence... Read More»

Aleppo’s Crisis and The New Job market

Aleppo’s Crisis and The New Job market

October 4, 2013, Comments Off

Syrian Economic Forum – October 4, 2013 By Mohammad Al-Arabi Bakri Syria’s economy has worsened dramatically since the ongoing unrest erupted more than two years ago and has pushed the... Read More»

Democratic Governance

Building Bridges

Building Bridges

November 15, 2012, Comments Off

Building Bridges: Why and how key linkages between economics, democracy, and governance affect economic growth...

Entrepreneurship

YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP: THE FORCE OF POSITIVE CHANGE

YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP: THE FORCE OF POSITIVE CHANGE

October 29, 2012, Comments Off

James Shikwati Director of the Inter Region Economic Network, Kenya What is entrepreneurship? I think...