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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Consulting services in free-trade zone creation are provided by Dubai Port World, one of the world's major port operators, and Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), member of Islamic Development Bank.
SGEI, where international members can trade in offshore RMB, was launched September 2014 in the Shanghai Free-Trade Zone and currently has over 70 members.
He however told SANA that the investment activity at the free-trade zone of Damascus International Airport has declined.
Rousseff said the creation of a free-trade zone would help the two blocs "realize their yet unexplored potential for the exchange of products and services.
3 billion) subsidiary, the Shanghai International Energy Exchange, in the free-trade zone, taking a major step towards the official launch of energy contracts.
The move to set up a free-trade zone comes as (http://www.
Signing of a co-operation memorandum of understanding in the field of free-trade zone is also scheduled as part of the visit's agenda.
one each in Mexico and England, and two existing plants in the Suzhou free-trade zone.
Following a proposal by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, the prime ministers from Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Russia agreed ''to set as an objective'' establishing a free-trade zone covering the six countries, China's official news agency Xinhua said.
LATE LAST YEAR, Gateway Ventures, also headed by Yerushalmi, signed an agreement with the autonomous Russian republic of Chuvashia, an industrial area on the Volga River, to develop and manage the first free-trade zone ever in the former Soviet Union.
Chinese authorities have given their consent to Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) to set up a sub-branch in the Shanghai free-trade zone to establish connection in the developing business opportunities within the country.