Ecuador seeks to attract capital with new free trade zone models


A free trade zone is a territory within a country that offers tax advantages and seeks to promote the development of foreign trade.
 This figure is not new in Ecuador, and the first one was created in 1985 in Esmeraldas.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The creation of free trade zones is one of the three pillars of the Investment Attraction Law project, generating more expectations among productive associations. The regulation is being debated in the National Assembly.

A free trade zone is a territory within a country that offers tax advantages and seeks to promote the development of foreign trade.
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