Geoeconomics Podcast EP10: The future of SEZs in the Iberoamerican Region
The Adrianople Group will be holding the virtual conference: “History and Future of African charter cities” With special guests: Heba Elhanafy & Iyinoluwa “E” Aboyeji. Friday - August 14 | 5:00 PM GMT +2 - 11:00 AM EST
Countries across Africa are using SEZs to recover from the economic damage caused by COVID-19.
On this podcast, Aleksa Burmazović interviews Ainsley Brown, he is the regulatory, trade and monitoring director at JSEZA, Jamaica's special economic zone authority. Aleksa and Ainsley spoke about how a zone has commodity advantages and unique advantages - and how to identify them.
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Estimating the number of SEZs in existence worldwide is a nearly impossible task due to the diversity of definitions and poor data. Despite that, several organizations have attempted to make global maps counting the total number of SEZs in existence.
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Peter Santenello discusses his trips to so-called “dangerous” countries and reminds us all that the people living in those places are just as human as us.
We will be speaking at the upcoming Startup Societies virtual conference! Come join us to talk to investors and entrepreneurs in the economic zone industry from around the world
Former CIA officer and Vice Chairman of Jefferson Waterman International Sam Wyman discusses the geopolitical risks that businesses face in the modern world.
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As a result of the Brexit, the UK is now legally allowed to create Special Economic Zones. Some in the UK have suggested created freeports to mitigate the impact of the hard Brexit.
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The Phnom Penh SEZ is a successful mostly Japanese SEZ in Cambodia. It has recently attracted a lot of business, most notably a $100 million Coca Cola bottling plant.
Kigali Special Economic Zone (KSEZ) is located about 10km east of Kigali, Rwanda’s capital city, near Kigali International Airport. The zone has a number of geographic advantages, including access to the Central Transport Corridor. Occupying a total of 276 hectares, the zone has access to roads, water, electricity, fiber-optic internet and sewage systems.
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Our investigation took a deep dive into the geopolitical situation in Honduras as it relates to mainland China the PRC and Taiwan the ROC. You can download the public version of our report by following the link below.