Special Economic Zones report, lufthansa magazin

Report: Special Economic Zones

Media: Lufthansa Inflight Magazine

Sector: Trade & Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

Publication Date: September 2016

Summary

Competing for capital and companies, a growing number of countries are opening special economic zones (SEZs) to attract big-name investors, specialised service providers and SMEs alike. Red carpet instead of red tape – special economic zones (SEZs) around the world are currently reinventing themselves and are developing a more tailored and complete offering for companies seeking to explore opportunities outside their home countries. While SEZs have long been an integral part of trade and investment policies, in times of a global economic slowdown, there is increasing awareness that SEZs need to move to the next level to attract foreign direct investment and foster economic progress.

Report Content

The Right Stage for Growth

Competing for capital and companies, a growing number of countries are opening special economic zones (SEZs) to attract big-name investors, specialised service providers and SMEs alike.

A Model Industrial Park

The Aegean Free Zone has become the partner of choice for more than 170 companies and a competitive location for high-tech industries.

Gateway to Global Markets

Morocco’s Tanger Med Zones have quietly emerged as a manufacturing and distribution hub for international companies.

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