A team of United Nations experts estimates that the 28-month civil war in Syria has already caused as much as $80 billion in damage to the nation’s economy.
The estimate assumes a quick end to the 28-month civil war, which is considered highly unlikely.
President Bashar al-Assad’s government estimates the damage to Syria’s public sector at about $15 billion, including damage to about 9,000 buildings. A week ago, Prime Minister Wael al-Haqi told the state-run Syrian Arab News …
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