Free economic zone


Free economic zone

Many countries have, or have had at some time, designated areas where companies are taxed very lightly or not at all to encourage development or for some other reason. These are known as free economic zones.

Sometimes they are called free ports, by an analogy with free ports known for a long time in history - the ports free of customs or with favorable customs regulations, e.g., the free port of Trieste. Very often free ports are parts of free economic zones.

Free economic zones by country

Belarus

*Brest FEZ

Bulgaria

* Burgas

Malaysia

* Port Klang Free Zone

United Kingdom

*London Docklands

United Arab Emirates

*Jebel Ali Free Zone
*Dubai Internet City
*Dubai Media City
*Dubai Knowledge Village
*Dubai Healthcare City
*Dubai International Financial Center
*DuBiotech
*Dubai Outsource Zone
*International Media and Production Zone
*Dubai Studio City

Russia

*Nakhodka
*Ingushetia
*Yantar, Kaliningrad

Ukraine

* Quarantine Pier of Odessa trade sea port, January 1, 2000, for 25 years

South Korea

*Incheon
*Busan
*Gwangyang

China

*Hong Kong

Brazil

*Zona Franca de Manaus

Chile

*Iquique

Spain

*Ibiza

Iran

*Kish
*Aras Free Zone
*Anzali Free Zone
*Arvand Free Zone
*Chabahar Free Zone
*Gheshm Free Zone

Georgia

*Poti, Samegrelo region


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