SYRIA: Work Begins On $140m Textile Factory
Construction has begun on a $140 million textile factory that will provide the local market with yarn and fibres and reduce imports of these goods from the Far East. The factory should be fully operational by April 2004, and will have a capacity of 15,000 tons of yarn, twine and fibre. It is based in Tartus, approximately 260 kilometers west of Damascus, and will provide 3,000 new jobs.
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