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The Yemeni government passed its Free Trade Zone Law (Law 4 of 1993), and designated 170 sq. km. of land in Aden as the first free trade zone. In March 1996, it signed a contract with Yeminvest to develop a container port facility in part of the Aden Free Zone area. On March 19, 1999, phase one of the Aden Container Terminal opened under the operation and majority ownership of the Port of Singapore Authority. Yeminvest launched phase two, which calls for developing 30 hectares for an industrial and warehousing estate in April 2000. In addition, a free zone is in the planning stages for the Aden International Airport in order to facilitate the transit of duty free goods between air and sea shipments.

 



 

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