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Why were free trade zones created in China? A. to avoid governmental rules and conditions B. to attract investments by foreign countries C. to import technology more easily D. to control imports and exports

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William Cain on April 9, 2018

The answer is; BThese Special Economic Zones are given a certain freedom of free market and governmental flexibility, unlike the bigger of China as a country. This was enacted to attract foreign investment, they can find systems of management (of a certain degree of autonomy from the central government) in these local regions are conducive for the investment. Some of the regions promoted tax incentives and the local infrastructure, without interference by the central government.

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