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A government delegation, headed by Prime Minister Imad Khamis, inspected on Wednesday the current preparations by various government bodies to launch the 59th edition of Damascus International Fair due to be held next August.


Public Works and Housing Minister Hussein Arnous discussed Thursday with the Iranian Ambassador to Syria Javad Torkabadi the possibilities of cooperation between the two countries in the reconstruction phase and the development of joint work in the fields of public works, roads and supporting the housing sector in Syria.


Internal Trade and Consumer Protection Minister Abdullah al-Gharbi inaugurated the development complex project located on the road between al-Kafr and Salkhad and Sweida province.


Minister of Industry Ahmad al-Hamo discussed with a delegation of the Chinese-Arab Friendship Association (CAFA) prospects of the Syrian-Chinese cooperation in the post-crisis reconstruction stage and the possibility of establishing joint industrial projects.


Prime Minister Imad Khamis discussed on Sunday with Iranian Ambassador to Syria Jawad Turk Abadi means to develop bilateral relations in various fields, especially in the economic sectors.


Secretary-General of the Prime Ministry Mohammad al-Ammouri and Adviser to the First Vice President of Iran, Head of the Committee for Development of Iranian-Syrian Economic Relations Saeed Ohadi discussed on Saturday in Tehran enhancing the economic, trade and service relations between the two countries.


        Damascus Securities Exchange (DSE) Tuesday session closed at transactions of 33911 stocks distributed to 65 deals, with an overall value of SYP 11.476 million, with the DSE closing at 2939.98 points, marking a decrease of 0.20 points.


At its weekly session chaired by Prime Minister Imad Khamis, the Cabinet approved the plan of the Central Bank of Syria (CBS) on resuming granting of loans by banks, with allocating 50% of loans for financing industrial, agricultural and tourism fields.


With the participation of the delegation of the Syrian Arab Republic, the activities of 106th session of the International Labor Conference in Geneva kicked off on Monday.


Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade Mohammad Samer al-Khalil called on the investors and companies in South Africa to activate their investment activities in Syria and participate in exhibitions held in the country to increase economic and trade cooperation between the two countries.


Obstacles facing industrialists, mechanisms that guarantee the continuity of production process and means of enhancing the contribution of industrial sector to the total local product were the main topics of talks between Industry Minister Ahmad al-Hamo, Minister of State for Organizations and Federations Affairs Salwa Abdullah and the Board of Directors of Damascus and its Countryside Chamber of Industry


Prime Minister Imad Khamis underlined the need to set up a comprehensive plan to improve the customs sector in order to enhance its key role and significant income to the national economy.


At its weekly session chaired by Prime Minister Imad Khamis, the Cabinet approved on Tuesday granting loans for rural women willing to set up small income-generating projects in the rural production field.


Prime Minister Imad Khamis discussed with the Advisor to the First Vice President of Iran, head of the Committee for Development of Iranian-Syrian Economic Relations Saeed Ohadi and an accompanying delegation the economic relations between the two countries and means to enhance them.


Damascus Securities Exchange (DSE) Monday session closed at transactions of 18942 stocks distributed to 39 deals, with an overall value of SYP 7.573 million, with the DSE closing at 3057.19 points and marking a decrease of 0.85 points.

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