The role of special economic zones in boosting trade and logistics in Central and Eastern Europe, CIS, and Middle East

This article will examine the concept and characteristics of special economic zones (SEZs), which are designated areas that offer various incentives and advantages for businesses operating within them. It will also showcase some of the successful examples of SEZs in these regions, such as Dubai Logistics City, Astana International Financial Centre, Katowice Special Economic Zone, and Khorgos-East Gate. It will also analyze the impact and potential of SEZs in enhancing trade and logistics activities in these regions.