The Industry Ministry estimated the value of direct and indirect damage to its establishments, companies, and, facilities due to terrorism from the beginning of the crisis up to June 2014 at around SYP 212.779 billion, around 99.426 of them from direct damage and around 113.352 from indirect damage.
In a report issued on Sunday detailing damage to the public industrial sector, the Ministry said that total damage to companies of the General Establishment of Chemical Industries is estimated at around SYP 59.835 billion, while damage to the General Establishment for Cotton Milling and Marketing is estimated at 44.549 billion.
The General Establishment for Tobacco sustained around SYP 17.210 billion in damage, while the General Establishment for Cement’s damage is estimated at 29.713 billion and the General Establishment for Engineering Industries’ damages is around 19.063 billion.
Damages for the General Establishment for Textiles exceeded 23.974 billion, while damage to the General Establishment of Food Industries’ damage is around 11.426 billion, the damage to the General Establishment for Sugar is around 6.841, while other establishments sustained around 86 million worth of damage.
It should be noted that the Industry Ministry allocated SYP 800 million to its companies and establishments as part of the 2014 emergency plan to repair as much damage as possible and maintain production in companies.