The President of the Federation of Chambers of Industry in Syria, Fares Shehabi, has called for business and private industrialists to return to their country and invest in the crippling economy. i

“The government has issued many decrees and decisions that we asked them for your sake. Our nation is counting on you to rebuild it and the day will come and your time in the overall battle and you did not shorten in the past and will not shorten now. It is true that a difficult situation but it is constantly improving and we will overcome all difficulties together because there is only one nation, Syria,” Shehabi said.

He added: “We must not leave our home, and never allow it to corrupt and full of thieves and not to lose hope no matter how intense the difficulties and ordeals as the worst behind us. We promise you the best and most beautiful in the coming days. Your organization and your brothers, we wait for your return!”

 

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2017-01-23 16:55

Having back the machines that were stolen and smuggled into Turkey would greatly help.

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2017-01-24 04:13
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No way says Erdolf, as long as I do not get Halab, you Arabs can not get Your machines back. Additionally You must admit that giving up Halab is economically sensible because Atatürk Pasha already annexed the northern hinterland to Turkey. And I as the new Sultan demand to hand all old Turkish cities and economic assets back to the new Ottoman empire. ROFL.