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Ten Experts to Watch on Reconstruction in Syria

From infrastructure and urban planning to funding and democratic dialogue, in this next installment of our “Experts to Watch” series we highlight 10 experts who focus on the different aspects of reconstruction in Syria. Despite ongoing fighting, daily shelling and a severe lack of humanitarian access in certain areas of Syria, the international community and the…

Rebuilding Syria Feature Syrian Economic , Osama Kadi

Four steps that lead to a new Syria

ABU DHABI // A four-step plan to help rebuild the Syrian economy was presented by the Friends of Syria working group at the capital’s Emirates Palace hotel yesterday. The plan covers the immediate impact measures needed to be taken after the fall of President Bashar Al Assad’s regime, donor coordination, the development of a new…

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Osama Kadi, President of Syrian Economic Task Force “Reconstruction cost estimated at $300 billion five times the 2010 GDP”, FEMISE conference interview

Syrian Economic Task Force, SETF, is an economic research group that plays an awareness role in international conferences, workshops and media, to show the historical, current economic crisis and vision of future Syrian economy. Interview with Osama Kadi during the Femise annual conference, 29-30 of April 2017 in Casablanca where about a hundred Mediterranean experts…

Syrian Economic , Osama Kadi

Wanted: A Plan to Rebuild Syria

With no end in sight to a war that started six years ago, has claimed more than 465,000 lives, and displaced millions, it is fair to ask when is the right time to launch a much-needed effort to rebuild Syria. Should this effort start now, while the country is still ravaged by war, or once…

The collapse of the Syrian economy

Economic sanctions have not toppled Bashar al-Assad. He has fought tooth and nail for the seat of power he inherited, even though the price has been more than 200,000 people killed, 11 million displaced and economic losses that have exceeded $200 billion. The economic cost has been high: the Syrian economy has effectively been destroyed…

Syria beats German Crisis in World War II

Pictures captured by drones show massive devastation in Aleppo, the economic capital of Syria and its second largest city. Same as in Homs and Jobar in Damascus, the pictures of these three cities reveal the painful scene of Syria caused by war and by five years of aggressive bombing that destroyed vital facilities, population blocs,…