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Export processing zones, special economic zones: Do we really need to have more of them?

@inproceedings{Manasan2013ExportPZ,
  title={Export processing zones, special economic zones: Do we really need to have more of them?},
  author={Rosario G. Manasan},
  year={2013}
}
xport processing zones (EPZs) are considered an important economic strategy to boost export promotion, attract foreign direct investments (FDIs), and create employment opportunities for the local labor force. As of June 30, 2013, the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) manages and operates four public ecozones: Baguio City Economic Zone, Cavite Economic Zone, Mactan Economic Zone, and Pampanga Economic Zone. These ecozones host 400 locators. In addition, PEZA facilitates business… Expand
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