Sughd Free Economic Zone

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A panaroma of the Free Economic Zone of Sughd

About the Sughd Free Economic Zone[edit]

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The Sughd Free Economic Zone or FEZ "Sughd" is a free economic zone located in Sughd Province on the territory of the south-west industrial zone of the city of Khujand, in the most economically developed region of Tajikistan. Sughd FEZ was created in 2008 by a parliamentary decree on 320 hectares of land for 25 years and began operating in August 2009. In 2010, the Administration of the Sughd FEZ registered first five corporate residents of the free economic zone.[1] The zone offers customs and tax incentives to qualified investors that invest at least 500,000 USD and import at least 90% of the technology and equipment.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maksudov, M. Sughd Free Economic Zone factories receive certificates, Central Asia Online. http://centralasiaonline.com/cocoon/caii/xhtml/en_GB/newsbriefs/caii/newsbriefs/2010/08/19/newsbrief-13
  2. ^ Decree of Majlisi amoyandagon Majlisi Oli of the Republic of Tajikistan on approving regulation of free economic zone “Sughd”, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Tajikistan, http://www.met.tj/public/userfiles/Marketing/eng/Decree_MNMO_RT_Sughd.pdf

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