CEC Special Economic Zone is a unique cluster of industry specific business parks within one state-of-the-art campus encompassing:
Cayman Internet & Technology Park
Cayman Media Park
Cayman Biotechnology Park
Cayman Commodities & Derivatives Park
Cayman Outsource Park
Cayman International Academic Park
Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZs) have been created throughout the United States to provide special customs procedures to US companies engaged in international trade-related activities. These procedures are aimed to offset customs advantages available to overseas producers who compete with domestic industry. The FTZ program requires that zone activities ...
CentrePort Canada is North America’s newest 20,000-acre inland port and Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), offering unique access to tri-modal transportation (road, rail and air). Located next to Winnipeg’s James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, one of Canada’s top cargo airports, CentrePort Canada also provides companies with ...
Welcome to the SpecialEconomicZones.org website!
The primary resource for Special Economic Zones across the world, you can find a huge amount of information about Special Economic Zones on this site.
Special Economic Zones or SEZs are specific geographical areas designated by Governments, to provide special incentives and regulations that are more free market orientated than the rest of the country for companies which locate within the zone area. The primary aim of many Special Economic Zones is to drive and attract foreign direct investment in an environment that is conducive to business and investment. They create jobs, are economic drivers and often have an added benefit of knowledge-transfer.
The information on SEZs is listed by country. Simply navigate to the relevant country using the menu above. If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us by filling out the contact form.