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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

Pilot free trade zones: Taking reform and opening-up to new heights

Pilot free trade zones: Taking reform and opening-up to new heights

6 minutos Forty years ago, China began to set up special economic zones in Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Shantou, and Xiamen, as “testing grounds” for China’s reform and “windows” for its opening-up. At the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference in 2018, Chinese President Xi Jinping pointed out that opening-up was key to China’s economic growth over the past four decades, and in the same vein, high-quality development of China’s economy in the future can only be achieved with greater openness. Since the 18th National Congress Continue lendo

Special Economic Zones: An Ignored Economic Solution

Special Economic Zones: An Ignored Economic Solution

4 minutos Developing nations wish to be the USA or the China of tomorrow but it needs planning and strategy. Economic development and growth are the targets and funding is needed. Public-Private sector combined growth drive is needed to achieve such targets, and one of the strategy is the use of Special Economic Zones (SEZ). These are regions within a country that have economic laws more liberal than that country’s typical economic laws. They have been used for decades by developing countries to attract Continue lendo