What Does FTZ Mean?

FTZ means "Free Trade Zone," or "Foreign-Trade Zone."

The abbreviation FTZ is used internationally in business and commerce to mean "Free Trade Zone." In the US, FTZs are called "Foreign-Trade Zones."

An FTZ is a type of special economic zone (SEZ) where goods are subject to special customs regulations that allow companies to import materials, manufacture goods, and export products without being subject to the usual rules and taxes.

FTZs are usually established around major seaports, international airports, and national frontiers.

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Summary of Key Points

"Free/Foreign Trade Zone" is the most common definition for FTZ on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Free/Foreign-Trade Zone
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See Also

CBP (Customs and Border Protection) ESG (environmental, social and governance) ETDZ (economic and technological development zone) HIDZ (high-tech industry development zone) SDG (sustainable development goals)