A place where foreign goods can be brought into the United States without being subject to normal customs requirements.
Free trade zones are the areas in the U.S. where foreign goods can be brought without being subject to normal customs requirements.
There are about 195 active free trade zones in the USA, located near the CBP (Customer and Border Protection) ports of entry.
The advantages or the benefits of the trade-free zone vary depending upon the type of permission by the authority of foreign trade zone authority.
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