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Damascus Somewhat Spared as Syria Economy Faltersi
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Elizabeth Arrott
October 10, 2012 3:03 PM
Syria's economy has suffered severely from 18 months of conflict. But in the capital, Damascus, a certain normalcy prevails. Prices are up, but goods are still available. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott was recently in Damascus, reporting in the company of a government official.

Damascus Somewhat Spared as Syria Economy Falters

Elizabeth Arrott

Published October 10, 2012

Syria's economy has suffered severely from 18 months of conflict. But in the capital, Damascus, a certain normalcy prevails. Prices are up, but goods are still available. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott was recently in Damascus, reporting in the company of a government official.


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