Chabahar Free Trade–Industrial Zone (CFZ)
() is an Iranian free trade zone
formed according to the law on the establishment and administration of free trade–industrial zones .<!-- Image with unknown copyright status removed: -->Chabahar
free trade–industrial zone was established in 1992 along with the two other free trade zones Qeshm
and Kish Island
to use global expertise (mostly from South East Asia
) as a tool for the development of the country, accelerating the accomplishment of infrastructure, creation of employment, and representation in global markets.
The Chabahar free trade–industrial zone achieved its importance mainly from its geographical location as the shortest and the most secure route connecting central Asian independent states (CIS) and Afghanistan
to warm waters and its proximity to one of the largest oil, gas and mineral resources of the world and as the only ocean port of the country.
Chabahar free trade-industrial zone started its activities in 1995 focusing on five major areas: transit of merchandized goods, investment attraction and related services, tourism, construction & urban development and education under the administration of public controlled Chabahar free trade-industrial zone organization.
In 2002, Chabahar free trade-industrial zone organization established five specialized subsidiary bodies with the... Read More