2019

Investing in China’s Economic Development Zones

Investing in China’s Economic Development Zones

menos de 1 minuto China’s economic development zones (EDZs) are areas with preferential business policies that differ from those governing the country as a whole. First experimented with in the 1970s, Chinahas created a range of EDZs to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) and boost domestic growth. EDZs provide a broad range of FDI incentives, which vary depending on the specific EDZ. Businesses operating in EDZs can expect, among other incentives, a higher level of autonomy over their operations, a variety of tax exemptions, land and building Continue lendo

Complexo Porto do Açu será parceiro estratégico da China e terá ZPE operando em 2021, diz CEO.

Complexo Porto do Açu será parceiro estratégico da China e terá ZPE operando em 2021, diz CEO.

1 minuto O Complexo do Porto do Açu, em operação desde 2014, é um dos destaques da Intermodal South America 2019, o maior evento de logística, transporte de cargas e comércio exterior da Améria Latina, que teve início neta terça-feira (19) e será encerrada amanhã (21), em São Paulo. No estande do Porto do Açu, os visitantes têm informações sobre o maior complexo portuário, industrial e energético do Brasil, localizado em São João da Barra (RJ). Coincidindo com a participação nesse importante evento, o Continue lendo

Coordination meeting of Special Economic Zones Central Committee held in Nay Pyi Taw – Myanmar

Coordination meeting of Special Economic Zones Central Committee held in Nay Pyi Taw – Myanmar

1 minuto Chairman of the Myanmar Special Economic Zones Central Committee (MSEZCC) Vice President U Henry Van Thio addressed the coordination meeting 1/2019 of MSEZCC held at the Ministry of Commerce meeting hall in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday afternoon. The meeting was attended by Union Ministers Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe, U Kyaw Tint Swe, U Thant Sin Maung, U Ohn Win, U Win Khaing, U Thein Swe, U Khin Maung Cho, Dr. Than Myint and U Han Zaw, Union Attorney General U Tun Tun Oo, Continue lendo

Special economic zone and exports – Rwanda

Special economic zone and exports – Rwanda

menos de 1 minuto Rwanda’s SEZ program is designed to address some of the domestic private sector constraints such as availability of industrial and commercial land, availability and the cost of energy, limited transport linkages, market access and reduced bureaucracy and availability of skills. Designated, serviced land is provided for small and large scale industrial development, as well as reliable, quality infrastructure, competitive fiscal and non-fiscal regulations and streamlined administration procedures. In 2010, the SEZ regulatory framework was developed into the SEZ policy and Continue lendo

Free trade zones transform foreign trade and push economic growth

Free trade zones transform foreign trade and push economic growth

2 minutos There are more than 3,500 free trade zones in 165 countries around the world. The number of people who work in free trade zones exceeds 8 million. A free trade zone refers to a geographical region of a particular country where preferential taxation (such as bonded measures, preferential income tax measures, etc.), special regulatory measures and convenient financial and foreign exchange measures are implemented. The China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone was officially established in September 2013. During more than a year Continue lendo