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Free economic zone

Geographic locations of the Free Economic Zones

Free economic zones (FEZ) or free zones (FZ) are a class of World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures (SCM) has content on the conditions and benefits of free zones.

Sometimes they are called free ports, which have historically been endowed with favorable customs regulations, e.g., the free port of Trieste. Very often free ports constitute a part of free economic zones.

Contents

  • Free economic zones by country 1
    • Argentina 1.1
    • Albania 1.2
    • Armenia 1.3
    • Bangladesh 1.4
    • Belarus 1.5
    • Brazil 1.6
    • Bulgaria 1.7
    • Chile 1.8
    • China 1.9
    • Egypt 1.10
    • Georgia 1.11
    • Ghana 1.12
    • India 1.13
    • Iran 1.14
    • Iraq 1.15
    • Italy 1.16
    • Republic of Ireland 1.17
    • South Korea 1.18
    • Latvia 1.19
    • Lithuania 1.20
    • Macedonia 1.21
    • Malaysia 1.22
    • Moldova 1.23
    • Mongolia 1.24
    • Morocco 1.25
    • Norway 1.26
    • Oman 1.27
    • Peru 1.28
    • Russia 1.29
    • Serbia 1.30
    • Spain 1.31
    • Tajikistan 1.32
    • Turkey 1.33
    • Turkmenistan 1.34
    • Ukraine 1.35
    • United Arab Emirates 1.36
    • United Kingdom 1.37
    • Yemen 1.38
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Free economic zones by country

Argentina

Albania

Armenia

Bangladesh

Bangladesh Export Processing Zone Authority

Belarus

Brazil

Bulgaria

Chile

China

Egypt

  • Port Said Public Free Zone
  • Alexandria Public Free Zone
  • Nasr City Public Free Zone
  • Suez Public Free Zone
  • Ismailia Public Free Zone
  • Damietta Public Free Zone
  • Media Public Free Zone
  • Shebin El- Kom Public Free Zone
  • Qeft Public Free Zone
  • Port Said East Port Public Free Zone

Georgia

Ghana

  • Tema, Free Zone Enclave

India

Iran

Maku Free Zone

Iraq

Italy

Republic of Ireland

South Korea

Latvia

Lithuania

Macedonia

Malaysia

Moldova

  • Entrepreneurship Free Zone Expo-Business-Chişinău
  • Entrepreneurship Free Zone "Tvardiţa"
  • Entrepreneurship Free Zone "Taraclia"
  • Entrepreneurship Free Zone "Valkaneş"
  • Entrepreneurship Free Zone "Otaci-Business"
  • FEZ "Bălți"
    • Subzone Straseni CAAN
  • FEZ "Ungheni-Business"
  • FEZ Aeroportul Liber Internaţional Mărculeşti
  • FEZ International Free Port Giurgiulești

Mongolia

Mongolian Free Economic Zone[29]

Morocco

Export Processing Zone of Tangier[30]

Free Zones at Tanger Med Ksar el Majaz Mellousa 1 and 2

Free Zone in Dakhla and Laayoune

Free Storage Zone of hydrocarbons: Kebdana and Nador

Export Processing Zone in Kenitra

Norway

Oman

  • Knowledge Oasis Muscat
  • Sohar Port and Free Zone
  • Salalah Free Zone
  • Al-Mazunah Free Zone

Peru

  • Tacna Free Economic Zone (Zona Franca de Tacna, in Spanish)[31]

Russia

In Russia there are only Special Economic Zones

Technical/Innovational Zones

Industrial/developmental Zones

Tourist Zones

Serbia

Spain

Tajikistan

Turkey

Turkmenistan

Ukraine

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

Yemen

  • Aden Free Zone[35]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.zflapampa.com.ar
  2. ^ www.teda.gov.al
  3. ^ www.bisalbania.com
  4. ^ www.al-tax.org
  5. ^ http://www.sricity.in/
  6. ^ http://www.margswarnabhoomi.com/
  7. ^ http://www.inspirainfra.com
  8. ^ http://www.shannonireland.com/
  9. ^ http://www.fez.go.kr
  10. ^ http://eng.bjfez.net
  11. ^ http://www.dgfez.go.kr
  12. ^ http://www.gfez.go.kr
  13. ^ http://www.ifez.go.kr
  14. ^ http://www.yesfez.go.kr
  15. ^ http://sgfez.go.kr/
  16. ^ http://www.efez.go.kr/
  17. ^ http://eng.cbfez.go.kr
  18. ^ http://www.liepaja-sez.lv/en/
  19. ^ http://www.rsez.lv
  20. ^ http://www.rop.lv/en/
  21. ^ http://www.vatp.lv/en
  22. ^ http://www.balticfez.lt
  23. ^ http://www.fez.lt
  24. ^ http://www.pfez.lt
  25. ^ http://www.fez.gov.mk
  26. ^ http://www.fez.gov.mk
  27. ^ http://www.fez.gov.mk
  28. ^ http://www.fez.gov.mk
  29. ^ http://www.zufez.mn
  30. ^ http://www.tangerfreezone.com/
  31. ^ http://www.zofratacna.com.pe
  32. ^ http://www.freezonepirot.com
  33. ^ Rafis Abazov, Historical Dictionary Of Turkmenistan, p. 62, ISBN 978-0-8108-5362-1
  34. ^
  35. ^ http://www.adenfreezone.com/

www.teda.gov.al] www.bisalbania.com www.al-tax.org]

External links

  • [1]
  • [2]
  • [3]
  • [4]
  • List of Free Zones in United Arab Emirates
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