FTZ

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FTZForeign-Trade Zone
FTZFree-Trade Zone
FTZFree Trade Zone
FTZFlush to Zero
FTZFushi Tarazu (gene)
FTZFernmeldetechnisches Zentralamt (German telephone standard organization)
FTZFunky Threadz (clothing)
FTZForschungs- und Technologiezentrum der Deutschen Telekom
FTZFinite Transmission Zero
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Tens of companies agreed to invest US$ 1.797 billion in Batam and neighboring islands Bintan and Karimun in Riau Kepulauan after the government agreed to give the status of free trade zone for the three islands.
THE 18-member Arab Economic and Social Council (AESC), formed in late 2005, is all set to finalize a strategy for the full implementation of Greater Arab Free Trade Zone in October.
In 1787, 13 former British colonies that had briefly been independent states agreed to create a free trade zone inside a shared security perimeter.
China has said that it is building its first free trade zone at the Beijing Capital International Airport.
Syria's Deputy Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade Ghassan Habash and GCC negotiator Yussif Al Saadun sign an agreement to establish a free trade zone. Both sides will cancel customs fees and taxes after ratifying the agreement.
After all, how can a free trade zone work while Cuba remains ostracized and off-limits?
Almost half of the workers in the Nicaraguan Free Trade Zone live here.
The owners of at least three clothing factories in Nicaragua's Las Mercedes free trade zone are engaged in a campaign to eliminate unions, reports IFCLA.
free trade zone would be the world's largest market.
Ogun-Guangdong Free Trade Zone has debunked claims by some communities in the Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State that it encroached on 485 hectares of their land.
An agreement was signed to explore the economic opportunities of the construction of the Jolfa-Poldasht-Cheshmeh Soraya (Karasu) railway in Iran's north-western East Azerbaijan Province, said Iraj Hatami, deputy director technical and infrastructure affairs of Iran's Aras Free Trade Zone, Trend reports referring to IRNA.