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al-Thawra: Dollar crisis in Syria might be political, says bank
Director of the Commercial Bank of Syria said on Thursday that Syrians rushing to buy dollars in the last few days is a crisis that might be due to political reasons rather than economic reasons.
Syria, Economics, 11/19/2005
Syria and Qatar stress agricultural relations
Syria's Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform Adel Safar and Qatar's Ambassador in Damascus Majid Ghanem Mohammed al-Ali on Thursday discussed agricultural cooperation between Syria and Qatar.
Qatar-Syria, Economics, 11/18/2005
Time still remains for WTO negotiations, US urges EU on farm issue
The United States still has not abandoned hope that long-stalled World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations can succeed because member countries agree on the importance of achieving success, US Trade Representative Rob Portman says.
Regional-USA, Economics, 11/18/2005
Europe - Middle East discussions for a free trade zone
EU Brussels-based commission officials announced that the bloc is to start discussions with nine governments in the Middle East and North Africa for establishing a free trade zone for fish and agriculture productions.
Regional-European Union, Economics, 11/17/2005
Syrian- Turkish cooperation in industrial field
Syria-Turkey, Economics, 11/17/2005
Annan calls for increased aid to organization that assists Palestinian refugees
Increased aid to Palestinian refugees would contribute to stability and hope in the Middle East even as a final, just and practical solution to the problem is sought with renewed vigour after recent positive developments, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan said today.
Palestine-UN, Economics, 11/16/2005
Internet governance, funding of technology at UN summit
How to finance more equal access to information technology and how the Internet should be governed are among the more contentious issues to be tackled at a United Nations summit opening this week in Tunis, Tunisia, which expects to draw about 11,000 participants, from heads of States to representatives of the private sector and civil society.
Regional-Tunisia, Economics, 11/16/2005
EU trains cultural tourism cadres in Syria
Syria-European Union, Economics, 11/15/2005
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