Special Economic Zone definition

Special Economic Zone means each Special Economic Zone notified under the proviso to sub-section (4) of section 3 and sub-section (1) of section 4 (including Free Trade and Warehousing Zone) and includes an existing Special Economic Zone;
Special Economic Zone means a special economic zone designated by the Minister of Trade and Industry pursuant to an Act of Parliament;
Special Economic Zone. ’ means an area designated as a special economic zone in terms of the Special Economic Zones Act, 2013 (Act No of 2013);

Examples of Special Economic Zone in a sentence

  • Kazakhstan's people have expressed their anxiety, relating to decision of oblast authority toopen a Special Economic Zone for Development of Chemical Cluster in Pavlodar and some ecologic problems, raised by media outlets last time.

  • The existing land use of the site is Airport, Residential, Commercial and Special Economic Zone (SEZ) as per the Master Plan of the area.

  • Manjari is a complex in Special Economic Zone where SII’s half a dozen buildings are being constructed.

  • The pipeline can carry up to 22 million tons of oil a year, accounting for about 5-6 percent of China’s annual oil imports.5 Beijing also has an ambitious infrastructure development plan worth US$ 7.3 billion in the state developing the Kyaukphyu Special Economic Zone and a deep seaport.

  • The Myanmar Special Economic Zone Law was adopted in 2011 shortly before the new government took office and is being thoroughly revised only a year later.40 A new bill is expected to be submitted shortly to the legislatures.


More Definitions of Special Economic Zone

Special Economic Zone or “SEZ” means any part of Zimbabwe declared in terms of section 31 to be a Special Economic Zone;
Special Economic Zone means a zone declared as such under section 4;
Special Economic Zone. ’ means an area designated as the Special Economic Zone in terms of section 23(6);
Special Economic Zone or “Zone” means an area designated under section 30;
Special Economic Zone or ‘SEZ’ means—
Special Economic Zone means any part of Zimbabwe declared in terms of the Special Economic Zones Act [Chapter 14:34] (No. 7 of 2016);
Special Economic Zone. (S.E.Z) means the area outside the custom territory of India for trade operation, duties and tariffs.