The last steel mills closed in the 1970s and the world has seen its share of closures since then.
The latest is the Al-Majdoubia steel plants, which are about to come to an end, with a total of about 2,400 workers being laid off.
The steel industry is one of the few that has been able to recover after the crisis.
“It is going to be an amazing day for Al-Masdar Steel,” said Sheikh Abdel Aziz al-Khalifa, a general manager at Al-Marouf steel plant, which closed its doors in 2011.
“We were supposed to close this year, but we still have the capacity to manufacture 3,000 tonnes of steel each day.”
Al-Mahdi Steel plant, a former steel mill in the Syrian town of al-Zahra, is also due to close its doors this year.
“The Al-Maqadas were the first plant in the country that went bankrupt,” said Ahmed, a 50-year-old steel worker at the Al Maqadases factory.
“But we will be able to reopen it with a new factory.
There is no other place to manufacture steel.”
The country’s first industrial revolution The revolution in Syria started in the 1960s with the revolution of March 4.
Since then, the country has undergone two wars.
The first, launched in 1973, is now over.
The second, in 1991, brought the collapse of the Baath regime.
The country went through five years of civil war, and the civil war has left more than 70,000 dead.
Syria is a very conservative country and its rulers have not been keen to change anything.
However, many of the changes made in the past few years have helped the country’s economy.
Most notably, the economic boom of 2012 has helped the economy.
The Syrian government has been in power for five decades.
It is the biggest exporter of oil in the Middle East and a key supplier of raw materials to countries around the world.
It has been an important player in the world trade, and was the world’s third-largest oil importer.
It was the first country to establish the first national bank, the Bank of Syria, and it is also one of Syria’s largest foreign lenders.
However its economy has been struggling since the start of the crisis with high inflation and shortages of goods.
This has meant a lot of people are looking for work, and many of them are Syrian.
In the past, the government did not even offer the chance for them to work, according to Abdul Aziz, a professor of economics at the University of St Andrews.
But after the first wave of protests in the summer of 2011, it started offering job opportunities for people.
“In the first months of the protests, there were many people who could work and then stopped working, but they came back and started working again,” he said.
The government offered more incentives to those who were willing to work in the first few months of 2011.
For example, it offered a wage of up to $150 a month, but it did not allow them to retire after the contract was over.
This made it difficult for them and others to get back into the labour market.
“If you look at the statistics, there are about 20,000 people who have been unemployed for more than one month,” said Abdul Azitz.
The new government was also willing to allow the people who had not worked in years to stay in the labour force and receive the government’s salary of about $2,000 a month.
“There is a sense of optimism among the people,” he added.
“They believe that if they stay in work, they can find a job.
The economy is growing.”
The unemployment rate has now dropped from 10.2 percent to 7.9 percent, and unemployment benefits are now at around $400 a month for those who are unemployed for at least three months.
It should be possible to get a job once again.
However it is not yet clear how long the economy will continue to grow, because the government is still paying out unemployment benefits.
The economic slowdown has also led to a lot more debt.
“For the past five years, the price of oil has been going up,” said Dr al-Haddad, who works as an analyst at the Syrian Centre for Policy Research.
“With the increase in prices, the debt burden of the country increased.”
It is unclear how long Syria will be financially able to repay its debts.
It will need the support of the international community to help it recover.
However the current government is unwilling to let the country go bankrupt, and has been trying to keep the country afloat by paying off debts.
“These debts were written off in a way that they will not be paid back,” said Hassan, the former oil minister.
“So if we can’t pay them off, we will have to