Free trade agreements

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Overview of the Dominican Republic’s Free Trade Agreements

The Dominican Republic is member of numerous free trade agreements. In addition, the country has established more than 50 free trade zones, the “Zonas Francas”. More than 500 companies are still operating actively in these zones, taking advantage of various tax exemption for 15 years. As the country’s economy mainly depends on exports, the country …

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Commercial Opportunities in Increased Dubai-Brazil Trade

Brazil trade has increased as a result of a long-awaited economic recovery. Brazil is in the process of strengthening key trade relationships with partners such as Dubai, the export hub of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).  After having passed the economic recession in 2016, the Brazilian economy began to show positive growth, and the International …

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Overview of Australian Trade Agreements with Latin America

Being isolated deep in the South Pacific, Australia’s economy relies heavily on good business relations and free trade agreements (FTAs). In order to stimulate opportunities for Australian companies, it is the role of the government and its various trade agencies to diversify and broaden the number of countries that can trade with them.   Though Australia’s …

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What are the Free Trade Agreements in Chile?

Historically, Chile has always been a strong trading partner. With its long coastline and multitude of ports, Chile lends itself perfectly to maritime trade. More recently, however, the country has built an economy known to be favorable to foreign companies, thanks in particular to its business-friendly regulatory system. The combination of its trading expertise, free …

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Why Start a Business in a Free Trade Zone in Latin America?

Why Start a Business in a Free Trade Zone in Latin America?

Business today in Latin America is broadening with investors seeking a chance to start businesses in these regions. However, taking the leap and starting investments in a different country can be a difficult decision regardless of extensive independent research. Realistically, some businesses are successful, and some fail due to the lack of knowledge on whether …

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