Syria's first Economic Dialogue Forum began on Monday at the Damascus-based Dama Rose Hotel under the title "For a National Economic Solution."
The forum, which was attended by Prime Minister Imad Khamis, aims at drawing a map for the Syrian economy in order to achieve economic recovery, construction, and the building of a renewable and strong Syria.
Three sessions will be held focusing on the post-crisis economy, Syrian industry as an engine for economic growth, the issue of funding economic sectors and the role of banks in pushing the wheel of production forward.
The event also aims to convey a clear image about the shape of the Syrian economy in the next phase, while uniting efforts to reduce the burdens and costs of rebuilding the Syrian economy.
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