Friday, 25 August 2017


Free zones are specific areas located within different countries where businesses operate under different tax laws separate from the rest of the country. Companies who are doing their business within free zones are usually taxed very lightly or not at all. Today, such areas are developed globally and they are located around seaports, airports or areas with strong strategic placement with an excellent connection to major roads, railways, ports or even between regions. These days, there are hundreds of global free zones, and this infographic by Market Inspector shows a few of the most remarkable ones.

Top image: Alabuga Special Economic Zone, Tatarstan, Russia. Credit: Айдар Муртазин/Wikimedia Commons.

[Post Source: Market Inspector.]

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