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According to official statistics, the free-trade zone handled 65.
A day earlier Putin had suggested in a guest article for a German newspaper a bold idea of a vast free-trade zone from Vladivostok on Russia's eastern edge to Lisbon in Portugal on Europe 's western extremity's creation of a customs union.
North Korea has revised an investment law to lure South Korean and other investors back to a free-trade zone on its northeast border with China and Russia, a news report said Sunday.
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.
The Free-Trade Zone status of the facility will also allow us to offer enhanced customs services to our customers in the Asia Pacific region," Kincheloe said.
Malaysia Thursday charged a former port chief and two other figures over their roles in a multi-billion-dollar financial scandal at a free-trade zone.
Sixteen Asian nations will step up investigations into establishing a giant free-trade zone stretching from China to Australia, according to documents obtained by AFP on Friday.
3, 1997-- Philippine free-trade zone Chairman Richard Gordon attends signing Wisconsin International Electric Power (WIEP) and Siemens Power Generation (KWU) today signed a memorandum of understanding to construct a $75 million, 150-MW gas turbine power plant in the recently established Subic Bay free trade zone, Philippines.