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Syria has announced that it will offer damaged factories to Iranian investors ahead of a Syrian-Iranian business expo to be held in Damascus at the end of the month. The Damascus Chamber of Industry (DCI) announced that it had invited local businesspeople to register their industrial facilities with the body as potential candidates for Iranian investment. Much of Syria’s industrial base has been damaged due to its decade-long civil war, with the UN estimating the country needs $177 billion to rebuild. On 29 November the “Made in Iran” business expo will start, with over 160 Iranian companies s…

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Published by Al-ArabySyria has announced that it will offer damaged factories to Iranian investors ahead of a Syrian-Iranian business expo to be held in Damascus at the end of the month. The Damascus Chamber of Industry (DCI) announced that it had invited local businesspeople to register their industrial facilities...