março 27, 2019

Zones’ encapsulate Government of India’s vision of Make in India, Digital India and Skill India

Zones’ encapsulate Government of India’s vision of Make in India, Digital India and Skill India

menos de 1 minuto “Economic Zones” are the vanguard to opening a country’s economic supply chain to the outside world. They provide an environment laced with a liberalised regulatory regime and financial incentives, which help to attract investment, kick-start production, generate quality employment, and give a thrust to trade. Most emerging economies are moving towards adopting this framework and creating ‘specialised’ economic and export hubs that would give them better access to foreign funding and an inexhaustible overseas consumer base. Presently, ‘Special Economic Zones’ Leia mais

World FZO Annual International Conference & Exhibition 2019 – Barcelona, 26-28 June

World FZO Annual International Conference & Exhibition 2019 – Barcelona, 26-28 June

1 minuto As we look ahead to the future, we have identified five main themes to tackle during this year’s conference in order to bring to the foreground the most important strategic elements to consider. By combining the extensive range of online tools that we already offer with the shared knowledge that will be presented in the course of our discussion panels, the World Free Zones Organization aims to deliver to everyone present a concrete sense of progress and opportunity in the free zone Leia mais

Ceará e Pernambuco lideram potencial de avanço de portos do NE

Ceará e Pernambuco lideram potencial de avanço de portos do NE

1 minuto A pesquisa ECSA Conteiner Terminal Report 2019 da Datamar aponta que o potencial de crescimento do Nordeste do Brasil, liderado pelos portos do Pecém (CE) e de Suape (PE), é o maior entre todas as regiões, segundo operadores de terminais portuários. Foram consultados diretores e autoridades de 22 portos brasileiros, seis na Argentina e dois no Uruguai. Entre os entrevistados, o índice de confiança no desenvolvimento da Região é alto. Para eles, a movimentação de contêineres pode crescer em 25% em “curto Leia mais