The price of the dollar in Syria today, Saturday, October 16, 2021

The price of the dollar in Syria today, Saturday, October 16, 2021
The price of the dollar in Syria today, Saturday, October 16, 2021

The price of the dollar against the Syrian pound stabilized at the beginning of Saturday’s trading, on the unofficial (black) parallel market.

The price of the dollar against the Syrian pound, during the beginning of transactions in the unofficial (black) parallel market, recorded 3460 pounds for purchase, and 3510 pounds for sale.

While the price of the European euro increased in the unofficial parallel market, recording 4015 pounds for purchase, and 4075 pounds for sale.

The price of the pound sterling also rose, recording 4755 pounds for purchase, and 4825 pounds for sale.

The price of the riyal, dirham and dinar in Syria

The price of the Saudi riyal against the Syrian pound was recorded, during today’s transactions, in the unofficial (black) parallel market, 921 pounds for purchase, and 937 pounds for sale, which is the same price at the end of trading yesterday, Friday.

And the price of the Emirati dirham in the unofficial Syrian (black) market was 942 pounds for purchase, and 956 pounds for sale.

The price of the Kuwaiti dinar was about 11,455 pounds for purchase, and 11,640 pounds for sale.

Syria’s debt

The Syrian Minister of Economy, Samer Al-Khalil, confirmed that the size of the debt in Syria is not large, despite the war that the country has been subjected to since 2011.

The Syrian minister, who was speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, did not disclose the size of the country’s foreign debt.

Al-Khalil said, “The losses of the electricity sector amounted to one hundred billion dollars, until the end of 2020.”

He added, “The need was for a new investment law, which takes into account a set of challenges, such as areas in need of development, areas in need of reconstruction, and the presence of comfortable guarantees for each investor.”

Al-Khalil explained that the new investment law took into account the need for differentiation, to direct investments to priority sectors, and to grant them exemptions and benefits.

 
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