Proceedings of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2014 Vol II,IMECS 2014, March 12 - 14, 2014, Hong KongSpecial Economic Zone: Facts, Roles, andOpportunities of InvestmentP. Pakdeenurit, N. Suthikarnnarunai Member, IAENG, and W. Rattanawong Abstract— This paper presents an in depth review of SpecialEconomic Zone (SEZ) all over the world. This can besummarized that an establishment of SEZ aims to enhance theprosperity of the country. There are several forms or types ofSEZ depend on the establishing objectives, infrastructure ofthe country, country’s politics, and geographical location. Sixtypes of Special Economic Zone – Free Trade Zone, ExportProcessing Zone, Enterprise Zone, Single Factory, Free Ports,and Specialized Zone – associated with their characteristics arepresented here. It also presents the insights of three leadingnations in managing SEZ which include; 1) the United States ofAmerica, the pioneer of SEZ, 2) Shenzhen city of China, themost successful model of SEZ, and 3) India, the largest SEZ inthe world. Those nations do not merely invest in their owncountries. Limitations and benefits in establishing SEZ are alsopresented. Most of those are about special law, exclusiveregulation, a reduction of operation barriers, tax exemption,and financial support. Therefore, this article can be used as aguideline for countries which would like to develop SEZ in thefuture.Index Terms—SpecialOpportunity, Thailand.EconomicZone,Facts,Roles,I. INTRODUCTIONSPECIAL Economic Zone (SEZ) was established in 1937in New York, the United States of America (USA) .The other name of SEZ is “Foreign Trade Zone” (FTZ). In1942, the USA invested in establishing the SEZ in PuertoRico, since then, other countries have also established SEZbut might be in a different name. Iceland and Taiwanestablished SEZ in 1960. India established SEZ namely“Export Processing Zone” in 1980. One of the most wellknown SEZ is Shenzhen Special Economic Zone whichestablished in 1980 , . Until now, the SpecialEconomic Zone has been located in more than 135 countriesaround the world. Especially in the USA, the pioneer ofSEZ has 257 areas of FTZ and 545 areas of FTZ subzone, .Reference  –  defined the SEZ as the area with aspecial privilege that is established specifically by anyManuscript received July 16, 2013; revised August 16, 2013. This workwas supported in part by University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.P. Pakdeenurit is Ph.D. student at University of the Thai Chamber ofCommerce, Bangkok, Thailand (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).N. Suthikarnnarunai is with the Logistics Engineering Department,University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, Thailand (phone:6685-907-1889; fax: 662-692-3014; e-mail: nanthi email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org).W. Rattanawong is Dean of the School of Engineering, University ofthe Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, Thailand (e-mail:wanchai email@example.com).ISBN: 978-988-19253-3-6ISSN: 2078-0958 (Print); ISSN: 2078-0966 (Online)countries in order to attract the foreign business persons ininvesting in the country. The privilege might include aspecial investment policy or rule or regulation and specialsupport in infrastructure e.g., a tax easing, a financialsupport, issuance of work permit for foreign workers. Thebusinesses have been promoted under the SEZ, includingindustry, agriculture, commerce, tourism, services or anyother operation supporting a Free Trade Area.II. TYPE OF SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONEGenerally, SEZ aims to enhance the prosperity of thecountry. There are several forms of SEZ depend on theestablishing objectives, infrastructure of the country,country’s politics, and geographical location , . In thepast, SEZ was mainly established and operated by thegovernment, which mostly failed. Therefore, severalcountries changed its rules and regulations in allowing theprivate sectors to be able to invest and manage the SEZ.Today, 62% of the SEZ is operated the by private sectors.Some of it is the joint management between private sectorand government , .Ref  conducted a study about establishing objectivesand managing approaches of SEZ in 93 countries over theworld in 2008. Total of 2511 SEZs was located in 6 regions:23 countries in Americas, 19 countries in Asia and Pacific,12 countries in the Middle East and North Africa, 15countries in Western Europe, 10 countries in Central andEastern Europe and Central Asia, and 14 countries in SubSaharan Africa. Three years later, the SEZ has increased to3,000 zones in 135 countries around the world .Furthermore, it can be concluded that the SEZ can bedivided into 6 types which included the Free Trade Zone,Export Processing Zone, Enterprise Zone, Single Factories,Free Port, and Specialized Zone . This section brieflydescribes the characteristics of each SEZ with other namesthat might be possible  – .A. Free Trade Zone (FTZ)FTZ or in other names such as Foreign Trade Zone,Commercial Free Zones, Free Trading & Warehousing SEZ,etc., is one of the most expansive type of SEZ. It is a taxfree area that provides essential facilities for trading,shipping, import, and export business. By operating in sucharea, rules and regulation on tariffs, labor, and environmentmight be exempted or reduced or less controlled , ,, , , , , .B. Export Processing Zone (EPZ)EPZ or in the other names - Open Economic Zone orEconomic Development Zone is similarly to FTZ in termsIMECS 2014
Proceedings of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2014 Vol II,IMECS 2014, March 12 - 14, 2014, Hong Kongof the estate encompassment, however, the tax benefit andother regulations are different , , , , , ,, , , , , . Hybrid EPZs is establishedas a general trading area integrated with a special exportingzone. The physical facility or zone of those two might beentirely separated or might be fully integrated.C. Enterprise ZoneGenerally, Enterprise Zone or Manufacturing Zone orHybrid EPZ is established by the government or localgovernment in various communities. Establishment of thistype of special economic zone intends to provide a betterquality of life for people in the community and to enhancecompetitiveness of the community or even the country. Aprivilege for this type of SEZ is financial assistance for localdevelopment , , , .D. Single FactorySingle Factories can be called in several names such asIndustrial Estate, Industrial Park, Industrial Zone, IT Park,and Software Park, etc. The purpose of developing this typeof economic zone is to increase the specialization of aselected industry in order to increase the ability to competewith the foreigner in the same industry. This type of specialeconomic zone can be established anywhere, regardless oflocation , , , .E. Free PortsFree Port or Port Zone or Port or Airport SpecialEconomic Zone is one of the most expansive types of SEZ.Free Port economic zone is typical in promoting activitiesrelated to trade in goods or service. Those activities aretravel, tourism, and retail sales. The stated businesses withinthis zone are tariff exempted. However, the excise tax orduty is still applied , , , .F. Specialized ZoneThe Specialized Zones can be found in many countriesaround the world. Each Zone has been established with aspecial or specific purpose. The well-known examples ofSpecialized Zones are science and technology parks,petrochemical zones, logistics and warehousing park,airport-based economies, tourist and recreational zones,reconstruction opportunity zone, multi-product specialeconomic zones, the gambling zones, and so on , , ,.III. INSIGHTS THE SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE LEADERSThis section presents the insights of three leading nationsin managing SEZ which include; 1) the United States ofAmerica, the pioneer of SEZ, 2) Shenzhen city of China, themost successful model of SEZ, and 3) India, the largest SEZin the world. Those nations does not merely invest in theirown countries, they also expand their investment tooverseas.A. SEZ in the United States of AmericaIn 1934, House of Representatives of the United States ofAmerica issued Foreign-Trade Zones ACT of 1934 to allowthe establishment of the SEZ under the name or ForeignTrade Zones (FTZ) , . The objectives of the zonesISBN: 978-988-19253-3-6ISSN: 2078-0958 (Print); ISSN: 2078-0966 (Online)were to support and promote the international trade, both ofexport and import. The first SEZ was founded in 1937, inNew York. Until now, there have been more than 257 FTZsand 545 FTZ Subzones in the USA. Both of them wereestablished for custom purposes . FTZ is a designatedarea which is normally set up in the vicinity of the port,airport, or inland port, while FTZ subzone is allowed to setup outside the FTZ, normally at a manufacturing area.The establishment of FTZs can be caused by a jointventure between a local government and private sector whopetition for such FTZ. By the laws of the United Statesrequire that the management of FTZ shall be comprised offour parties – U.S. Foreign Trade Zones Board, U.S.Customs and Border Protection, Grantee, and Operator .The brief detail of each party is as the following:-- Executive Committee of the Special Economic Zone(US Foreign-Trade Zones Board) was established under theForeign Trade Zone Act between the Ministry of Commerceof the United States and the Ministry of Finance of theUnited states belonged to Import Administration, the UnitedState Department of Commerce. The committees wereresponsible for determination of rules and regulations calledRegulations of the Foreign Trade Zones Board forsupervising and authorizing the Foreign Trade Zones.-- The United States Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) was responsible for the customs duties to be the maincontrolled by CBP Regulations (19CFR Part 146). Hence,almost all of the FTZ, there are CBP’s officers placedpermanently.-- Grantee is a company or investor who made a requestfor the establishment and management of the Group ForeignTrade Zone. The group which had the rights to make arequest for the establishment of Foreign Trade Zoneincluded the private company, non-profit organization (notfor profit), Port (Port Authority) or local government suchas Economic Development Agency. The request shall besubmitted to the Board of Directors of Special EconomicZones of Foreign Trade Zones.-- Operator is an individual or company who is Granteeemploy to be general manager (Administration) in Zone orSubzone.B. SEZ in IndiaIndia is the first country in Asia which realizes theimportance of the export zone. Therefore, EPZ or ExportProcessing Zone is established to promote an export of thecountry. India has experienced from both success andfailure in the establishment of various type of SEZ .In 2000, Indian government found that the establishmentof large industrial zone called "Special Economic Zone"played important roles in growing the India's economy and raising the employment rate. To attract a foreigninvestor to invest in India , Indian government investeda world-class infrastructure to support an operation of SEZs.Tax privileges were offered. A bureaucratic system wasredesigned to reduce a complexity . On November 1,2000, the SEZ was originated in India. In 2005 and 2006,the parliament of India issued Special Economic Zone Act2005 and Special Economic Zone Rule 2006 to provide alegal support for the operation of the SEZ , . ThereIMECS 2014
Proceedings of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2014 Vol II,IMECS 2014, March 12 - 14, 2014, Hong Kongare 3 channels in getting a SEZ establishing permissionIndia as follows:-- The first channel, the company (developer) whichwants to establish the SEZ shall make the proposal to thegovernment. Then, the government sends the proposal withsuggestions to the Board of Approval for the considerationwithin 45 days commencing from the proposal date of therequest made by the company. The approval from the Boardshall carry out within 30 days. The company receives theletter issued by the federal government. Later, the companyshall inform the details of the necessary informationrequested to the federal government.-- Channel 2, the developer can directly submit theproposal through the Board of Approval. The developer willreceive the approval within six months from the date ofreceiving the proposal. The other processes will be the sameas Channel 1.-- Channel 3, the federal government announced for SEZproposal development from developers in a designated area.By the Special Economic Zone Act 2005, the approvalboard comprises of 19 members selected by the federalgovernment. However, Ministry of Commerce and Industryis the president of the board. Others are from thegovernment authorities and agencies , .C. SEZ in ChinaDeng Xiaoping's government proposed to establish theSEZ for the transfer of economic authorities from thefederal government to local government . Deng Xiaopingproposed the city near Hong Kong such as Shenzhen tosupport the case of the United Kingdom had to return HongKong to China in 1997. The cities chosen to be a SpecialEconomic Zone include Shenzhen , ,  Zhuhai,Shantou in Guangdong Province and Xiamen in Fujianprovince , , , . Later, Guangdong and Fujianprovinces issued the law for the establishment of the SpecialEconomic Zone .The operation of SEZ consisted of 5 styles including thestate socialist economy, centralized socialist economies,economic zone by foreign capital investment, economiccooperation and joint ventures between Chinese and foreignand economic personal . Chinese government’s policyallows foreign state enterprises or individuals as well asoverseas China, Hong Kong, and Macao invest in China.Within the SEZ of foreign investor gain the privileges oftrade about import of machines, raw materials, components,instant products, discounts and tax exemption, foreigncurrency account balances, transfer profits outside thecountry, land use rights, residents of foreign business,family and followers, etc. The Chinese government chosethe SEZ to be the policy and flexible measure for attractingthe investment from foreign countries . Moreover, notonly benefit from money, but also the concepts of newinnovation for the country development China would getfrom the benefits . Management of SEZ in Chinadivided into two phases including from 1980 – 1991 and1992 – present. Detail of each period is as follows:-- Management of Shenzhen SEZ in the first phaseestablished from 1980 – 1991. Shenzhen SEZ was the firstplace in China according to the regulations on SEZ inISBN: 978-988-19253-3-6ISSN: 2078-0958 (Print); ISSN: 2078-0966 (Online)Guangdong province. Later this Law accepted by The FifthNational People's Congress of election in the 15thconference on 26th August 1980. Since Deng Xiaopingdesired to have the SEZ of Shenzhen to be the model of thecountry development, it usually called “The Testing Bed ofDeng Xiaoping’s Reform and Opening Up” . Thecapitalism system used for SEZ was new for China at thattime; therefore, the transfer of the federal government oneconomic authorities to the local government had to beproceeded gradually. At the first phase, the federalgovernment would transfer such authorities to theGuangdong government. However in order to make the SEZconducted systematical and support from the investors. Itdetermined the special organization for control. The SpecialLaw of Shenzhen SEZ determined to have the “GuangdongProvince Committee for Administering Special EconomicZone: GPC to manage the Special Economic Zone in thename of Guangdong province government (section3) andGPC agency of the state. Moreover, GPC established byGuangdong Province Committee for Administering.-- Management of Shenzhen SEZ in the second phasefrom 1992-present. The operation of Shenzhen SEZ wassystematic in 1992. The State Council has approvedShenzhen Municipal. The Shenzhen Municipal to have theauthorities within the Shenzhen SEZ instead of GPC andtransferred the management of Shenzhen SEZ to theShenzhen Municipality. The resolution accepted by TheSeventh National People's Congress of election on 1st July1992. Therefore, Shenzhen Municipal has been themanagement of Shenzhen SEZ until now , .IV. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE SPECIAL ECONOMICZONEA. The United States of AmericaThe United States of America realized that FTZ is anecessary tool for attracting the Foreign Direct Investment(FDI) into the United States and employment for the overalleconomy . In the present time, The United Statesinvestors not only operate the Foreign Trade Zone in theUnited States, but also expand the operation to foreigncountries such as Central America and recently in SierraLeon. The example of the successful Foreign DirectInvestment of FTZ in the United States includes Chinawhich had the strategies to establish the Foreign Trade Zonesuch as the Middle East and Africa, etc. to encourage theinternational trade. The China established Technology SEZ.That was the same type as the Shenzhen SEZ in Idahoprovince and Chinese government as a shareholder. Thiscould be said that it was the progress of China internationaltrade to increase capacity in the United States Market.Furthermore, other countries should be encouraged to themanufacturers / exporters who transported the products tothe United States to turn to Foreign Trade Zone forexpanding and adding the value products in the UnitedStates more , .B. IndiaAlthough the operation with the policy of India could beseen that the Special Economic Zone is far away from theIMECS 2014
Proceedings of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2014 Vol II,IMECS 2014, March 12 - 14, 2014, Hong Konggoal of the government, under the crisis, there is stillopportunities for investors from other countries as follows:-- Opportunity for the investment with Indian companiesin establishing and managing SEZ.-- Opportunity for the investment of manufacturingproducts in SEZ for distribution in India Market. It seemslike this Business Model was more appropriate than exportonly because the company got benefits from privileges,especially both direct and indirect tax. There were thecompetitive advantages to compete in the Indian market.Thus, Price-Conscious Consumers consisted of SEZ invarious states still wants the foreign investors. In addition,the company would be close to the numerous groups ofconsumer. It enhances a company a quick response to themarket.However, the investment in India on SEZ should be donecarefully because of the qualities of system management,quality and the products of Indian labor and the differenceculture of operation which is different from other countries, , .C. ChinaChina has a policy to encourage foreign investment byestablishing the Special Economic zone in Shenzhen ,Zhuhai Shantou, and Xiamen . It regarded as theimportant economic zone. The successful factors in severalterms included as the following:-- China’s political system was a single-party(Communist Party) and the local government had to manageunder the federal government‘s policy without any checksand balances.-- China's policy defined clear strategies of opening thecountry with SEZs tool and made policy of operation anddevelopment seriously. Therefore, it makes the target areagrew up, and the economy developed.-- The policy of the federal government; the governmentconsidered carefully to define and development the SEZ. Inaddition, there was the connection with the developed zoneand cities which could become the good investment areassuch as Hong Kong, Taiwan and areas beyond the capitalcity. Moreover, it realized about the location that was closeto the investors, sources of investment funds and technicalskills well.-- Abundant Labors and low cost; this considered thestrengths to attract the foreign investors due to China’s largepopulations.-- Benefits from investment; China determined thebenefits of foreign investors in particular and facilitated thetransactions for investors. Furthermore, the complicatedprocesses modified to the simple. Moreover, there was anallowance for the capital and currency movement; thus it isthe important thing to attract the investor.-- The result of China which joined the World TradeOrganization (WTO). It is showing the sign of opening thecountry to liberalization.However, the countries should take the advantages frominvestment in FTZ of China for being the distribution centerof products from the manufacturers to consumers.Moreover, China had large populations with low cost andqualitative products for consumption in other countries.ISBN: 978-988-19253-3-6ISSN: 2078-0958 (Print); ISSN: 2078-0966 (Online)V. THE LIMITATION AND CHALLENGES OF ESTABLISHMENTIN THE SEZThe establishment of SEZ has limitations that must berealized. Due to it might create a long term impact such asenvironment pollution, and so on , , . Humanrights, Security or Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)should be integrated in every step in establishing SEZ.However, the SEZ also create benefits as well. Key criteriato consider when establish SEZ includes the following :1) Location advantage2) Macroeconomic of the country3) Industrial investment support4) Investment Cost5) Skill labor6) Management and Service7) Government Policies8) Law and regulation9) Stability and consistency of the government.VI. BENEFITS AND INCENTIVE OF SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONEThe establishment of SEZ mostly aimed to attract theinvestment from the foreign countries and enhance thegrowth of the country , . SEZ could stimulate acountries’ economy and employment rate. It also gainedbenefit from expansion of infrastructure, currency exchange,technology development, and so on . 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