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Tax Free Trade Zones Of The World And In The United States

Susan Tiefenbrun

Susan Tiefenbrun, Professor of Law and Director, Center for Global Legal Studies, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Director, LL.M. Programs in American Legal Studies for foreign lawyers, and the LL.M. Program in International Trade and Investment, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, US

2012 848 pp Hardback 978 1 84980 243 7
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This definitive and comprehensive book, with contributions from world-renowned foreign trade zone expert, the late Walter Diamond, provides an up-to-date guide to the free trade zones and subzones in the United States and around the world.

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This definitive and comprehensive book, with contributions from world-renowned foreign trade zone expert, the late Walter Diamond, provides an up-to-date guide to the free trade zones and subzones in the United States and around the world.

Economic reasons for using free trade zones are explored, encompassing the benefits gained and profits earned, such as exemptions, reductions from customs duties, proximity to foreign export markets, and low-cost processing and packaging of goods designed to lower duties or freight charges. Practical, hard-to-locate data and contact details are provided on every free trade zone in the US, as well as information on the history, growth and types of users in each zone, storage space, transportation access, the cost of user facilities, utilities, communications, labor availability, warehousing features, and enterprise zones within the free trade zone.

Tax Free Trade Zones of the World and in the United States will be an invaluable reference tool for a wide-ranging professional audience including: international, multinational and business law firms, tax advisory and finance firms, international sales and marketing executives, import, export and shipping companies, customs brokers and insurance agencies. In addition, it will prove a useful, practical resource for law students focusing on international business and international trade.

Full table of contents

Contents:

Introduction

Index of Zones by Number

1. New York (New York) No. 1 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 1A at Brooklyn

2. New Orleans (Louisanna) No. 2 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 2C at Avondale Industries’ main shipyard, No. 2D at Westwego, No. 2E at Harvey, No. 2F at Algiers, No. 2G (temporary) at Equitable Shipyard’s shipbuilding facility at the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal, No. 2H in St. Bernard/Jefferson/St Charles Parishes, and No. 2I in Plaquemines Parish

3. San Francisco (California) No. 3 Special Purpose Subzone No. 3A at San Francisco, No. 3B at Richmond, CA, AND No. 3C at Martinez, CA

5. Seattle (Washington) No. 5

7. Mayaguez (Puerto Rico) No. 7 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 7B at Penuelas, No. 7C at Humacao, and No. 7D at Barceloneta, No. 7E at Manati, No. 7G at Las Piedras, No. 7H at Manati, and No. 7I at Barceloneta

8. Toledo (Ohio) No. 8 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 8A at Toledo, No. 8B at Perrysburg, No. 8C at Sandusky, No. 8D at Van Wert, No. 8E at Toledo, No. 8F in Lucas, Allen, Wood Counties, No. 8G (Site 2 of No. 8F) in Limo, and 8H in Toledo

9. Honolulu (Hawaii) No. 9 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 9A at Ewa, No. 9B at Honolulu, No. 9C at Honolulu, No. 9D at Kahului and No. 9E at Ewa

12. McAllen (Texas) No. 12

14. Little Rock (Arkansas) No. 14, Special Purpose Subzone No. 14A at Forrest City, No. 14B at Helena, No. 14C at El Dorado, No. 14D at El Dorado, snd No. 14E at Little Rock

15. Kansas City (Missouri) No. 15 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 15A at Claycomo, No. 15B at Kansas City (terminated), No. 15C at Kirksville, Missouri, No. 15D at Kansas City, No. 15E at Nodaway County, Missouri, and No. 15G at Hamilton

16. Sault Ste. Marie (Michigan) No. 16 and No. 16A at Harbor Springs and Newberry

17. Kansas City (Kansas) No. 17 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 17A at Kansas City

18. San Jose (California) No. 18 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 18A at San Jose, No. 18B, No. 18C at Freemont, No. 18D at the San Jose area and No. 18E at Palo Alto, Menlo and Mountain View

19. Omaha (Nebraska) No. 19 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 19A Omaha

20. Hampton Roads (Virginia) No. 20 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 20A at Virginia Beach, No. 20B in Newport News, No. 20C at Yorktown, and No. 20D at Newport News

21. Dorchester County (South Carolina) No. 21 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 21A at Charleston and No. 21B at Goose Creek

22. Chicago (Illinois) No. 22 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 22A, No. 22B in Chicago, No. 22C, No. 22D, No. 22E in West Chicago, No. 22F in North Chicago, No. 22G in Des Plaines, No. 22H in Manhattan, No. 22I and No. 22J in Will County, No. 22K at Kankakee, No. 22L at Cook County and No. 22M at Rolling Meadows

23. Buffalo (New York) No. 23 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 23B in Chautauqua County and No.23C in Buffalo

24. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (Pennsylvania) No. 24 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 24A at Harrisburg, No. 24B at Riverside, and No. 24C at Throop

25. Port Everglades (Florida) No. 25, No. 25B at Broward County, No. 25C at Port Everglades, No. 25D at Broward County, and No. 25E at Port Everglades

26. Atlanta (Georgia) No. 26 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 26A at Atlanta and Doraville, No. 26B at LaGrange, No. 26C at Hapeville, No. 26D at Newnon, No. 26H in Coweta County, No. 26G at LaFayette No. 26H at Lawrence and No. 26I at LaGrange

27. Boston (Massachusetts) No. 27 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 27A at Fall River (terminated), No. 27B at Quincy, No. 27C at Lawrence, No. 27D at Framingham, and Special Purpose Subzones 27E, F, H, I, J and K at Norwood, Needham, Waltham, Freetown, Boston and Cambridge respectively and No. 27L at Westborough and No. 27M at Lancaster

28. New Bedford (Massachusetts) No. 28 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 28A at New Bedford, No. 28B at Avon, No. 28C at Randolph, No. 28D at New Bedford, 28E at New Bedford and 28F at New Bedford

29. Louisville and Jefferson County, Louisville (Kentucky) No. 29 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 29A at Georgetown, No. 29B at Louisville, No. 29C in Jefferson County, No. 29D at Lexington, No. 29E at Georgetown in Scott County, No. 29F at Harrodsburg, No.29G at Campton, and No. 29H at Calvert City

30. Salt Lake City (Utah) No. 30

31. Granite City (Illinois) No. 31 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 31A, No. 31B at Madison County, and No. 31C at Hartford

32. Miami (Florida) No. 32 and Special Purpose Subzones No 32A and No. 32B in Miami

33. Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) No. 33 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 33A at New Stanton, No. 33B in Allegheny County, No. 33C at Mt. Pleasant, and No. 33D at Warrendale

34. Niagara County (New York) No. 34

35. Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) No. 35 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 35A at Lansdale, and No. 35B in Philadelphia

36. Galveston (Texas) No. 36 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 36A at Galveston

37. New Windsor (New York) No. 37 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 37A at Tarrytown, No. 37B at New Rochelle, and 37C at Poughkeepsie

38. Greenville/Spartanburg (South Carolina) No. 38 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 38A in Spartanburg County, No. 38B in Seneca, No. 38C at Greenwood, No. 38D at Fountain Inn, No. 38E at Charlotte, and No. 38F at Duncan

39. Dallas/Fort Worth (Texas) No. 39 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 39A at Athens, No. 39B at Arlington, No. 39C at Wylie, No. 39D at Mansfield, 39E at Richardson, 39F at Irving, 39H at Grand Prairie, and 39I at Grand Prairie

40. Cleveland/Cuyahoga County (Ohio) No. 40 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 40A at Lorain, No. 40B at Lordstown, No. 40C at Avon Lake, Lauren County, No. 40D at Euclid and Mentor, No. 40E at Bedford Heights, No. 40F in Valley View, and No. 40G at Bedford

41. Milwaukee (Wisconsin) No. 41 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 41A at Kenosha, No. 41C at Janesville, No. 41D at Oak Creek, No. 41E at Green Bay, No. 41F in Milwaukee (authority expired) and No. 41G at Blue Mounds

42. Orlando (Florida) No. 42 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 42A at Orlando

43. Battle Creek (Michigan) No. 43 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 43A at Springfield and Oshtemo (terminated), No. 43B in Zeeland, No. 43C at Sturgis. No. 43D at Battle Creek and No. 43E at Kalamazoo

44. Mt. Olive, Morris County (New Jersey) No. 44 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 44B at Hazlett, No. 44C at Union Beach, No. 44D at South Brunswick, No. 43C at Sturgis, No. 43D at Battle Creek and No. 43E at Kalamazoo

45. Portland (Oregon) No. 45 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 45A, No. 45B and No. 45C at Portland, No. 45D at Pendleton, No. 45E at Tualatin, and No. 45F at Hillsboro

46. Cincinnati (Ohio) No. 46 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 46A at Evendale, No. 46B at Columbus, No. 46D in Shelby County, No. 46E at Cincinnati and No. 46A at Cincinnati

47. Campbell County (Kentucky) No. 47 and Subzone No. 47A at Walton and No. 47C at Erlonger

48. Papago Tucson (Arizona) No. 48

49. Newark/Port Elizabeth (New Jersey) No. 49 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 49B at Linden, No. 49C at New Brunswick, No. 49E at Linden, No. 49G at Bridgewater and Washington Long Beach (California), No. 49H at Plainsboro, No. 49I at Somerville, and No. 49J at Moonachie

50. No. 50 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 50A and No. 50B at San Diego, No. 50C at Perris, No. 50D at Pasadena, No. 50E in Garden Grove and Compton, No. 50F in Seneca, No. 50G in Los Angeles, No. 50H at Long Beach, No. 50I at Los Angeles, No. 50J at Orange County, and No. 50K at Santa Fe Spring

51. Duluth (Minnesota) No. 51 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 51A at Cambridge

52. Suffolk County (Islip, Long Island, New York) No. 52 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 52A at Hauppauge

53. Tulsa Port of Catoosa (Oklahoma) No. 53, and Special Purpose Subzone No. 53B in Lincoln County (Special Purpose Subzone No. 53A at Oklahoma City was withdrawn)

54. Clinton County (New York) No. 54, Site 1 at Plattsburgh and Site 2 at Champlain

55. Burlington (Vermont) No. 55 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 55A at St. Albans and No. 55B at Georgia

56. Oakland (California) No. 56 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 56A at Benicia

57. Mecklenburg County (North Carolina) No. 57 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 57A, No.57B at Asheville, and No. 57C at Concord

58. Bangor (Maine) No. 58

59. Lincoln (Nebraska) No. 59 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 59A at Lincoln

60. Nogales (Arizona) No. 60

61. San Juan (Guaynabo) No. 61 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 61A at Caguas, 61B at Barceloneta, No. 61C at Cidra, No. 61D at Arecibo, No. 61E at Barceloneta, No. 61F at Guayama, No. 61G at Carolina, No. 61H at Guayama, No. 61I at Yubucor, No. 61J at Cidra, and 61K at Barceloneta

62. Brownsville (Texas) No. 62

63. Prince George’s County (Maryland) No. 63

64. Jacksonville (Florida) No. 64 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 64A at Jacksonville

65. Panama City (Florida) No. 65

66. Wilmington (North Carolina) No. 66 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 66A at Burlington and No. 66B at Kernersville

67. Morehead City (North Carolina) No. 67

68. El Paso (Texas) No. 68

70. Detroit Metropolitan Area (Michigan) No. 70 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 70A at Romeo, No. 70B at Detroit, No. 70C at Wayne, No. 70D at Wixom, No. 70E at Dearborn, No. 70F at Ypsilanti, No. 70G at Pontiac, No. 70H at Sterling Heights, No. 70I at Flat Rock, No. 70J at Trenton, No. 70K at Detroit, No. 70L in Orion Township, No. 70M at Lansing, No. 70N at Detroit, No. 70O at Trenton (terminated), and Nos. 70P, 70Q, and 70R at Detroit and No. 70U at Adrian

71. Windsor Locks (Greater Hartford) (Connecticut) No. 71

72. Indianapolis (Indiana) No. 72 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 72A at Kokomo and Nos. 72B, 72C and 72D at Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Clinton, respectively, No. 72E at Indianapolis, No. 72F at Kokomo, No. 72G at New Castle, No. 72H in Tippecanoe County, No. 72I at Greenwood and Indianapolis, No. 72J at Greenwood, No. 72K in Bartholomew County, No. 72L in Indianapolis, Bloomington, and Marion, No. 72M in Rushville, No.72N in Indianapolis, No. 72O in Indianapolis, No. 72P at Indianapolis, No. 72Q at Indianapolis, and 72R at North Vernon

73. Baltimore/Washington International Airport (Maryland) No. 73 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 73A at Walkersville

74. Baltimore (Maryland) No. 74

75. Phoenix (Arizona) No. 75 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 75A at Glendale, No. 75B at Buckeye, No. 75C at Chandler, No. 75D in Phoenix, 75E at Casa Grande, 75F at Phoenix, 75H at Chandler and Tempe, and 75I at Tolleson

76. Bridgeport (Connecticut) No. 76

77. Memphis (Tennessee) No. 77 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 77A, No. 77B at Bartlett, and 77C at Ripley

78. Nashville (Tennessee) No. 78 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 78A at Smyrna, No. 78B at Lebanon, No. 78C at Hartsville, No. 78D at Surgionsville, No. 78E in Maury County, No. 78F in Hawkins County, and No. 78G at Columbia

79. Tampa (Florida) No. 79, and Special Purpose Subzones No. 79A and No. 79B in Tampa

80. San Antonio (Texas) No. 80 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 80A, No. 80B, and No. 80C in San Antonio, and No. 80D in San Angelo

81. Portsmouth (New Hampshire) No. 81 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 81A at Nashua and Merrimack, No. 81B at Colebrook, No. 81C at Newington, and No. 81D at Jaffrey

82. Mobile (Alabama) No. 82 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 82A on Pinto Island, No. 82B in Mobile County, No. 82C at Foley, No. 82D in Dothan, No. 82E at Bucks, No. 82F, No. 82G in Mobile County . No. 82H at Mobile

83. Huntsville (Alabama) No. 83 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 83A in Huntsville and No. 83B in Madison

84. Harris County (Houston)(Texas) No. 84 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 84C in La Porte and No. 84D, No. 84E, No. 84F and No. 84G in Houston, No. 84H and No. 84I in Harris County, and No. 84J, No. 84K, No. 84L, No. 84M in Houston, and No. 84N, No. 84O, No. 84P, No. 84Q at Harris County, No. 84R at Houston, and No. 84S at Katy and Brookshire

85. Everett (Washington) No. 85

86. Tacoma (Washington) No. 86 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 86A at Tacoma, No. 86B at Arlington, 86C at Skagit County, and 86E at Vancouver

87. Lake Charles (Louisiana) No. 87 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 87A and No. 87B in Calcasieu Parish

88. Great Falls (Montana) No. 88

89. Clark County (Nevada) No. 89 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 89A at Las Vegas

90. Greater Syracuse (New York) No. 90 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 90A in Cortland County and No. 90B in Onondaga County

92. Greater Gulfport/Biloxi (Mississippi) No. 92 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 92A at Escatawpa, No. 92B at Pascagoula, No. 92C in Harrison County, and No. 92D in Pascagoula

93. Research Triangle Park of Raleigh/Durham (North Carolina) No. 93 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 93A in Wake County, No. 93B in Raleigh/Durham, No. 93C in Wilson, No. 93D in Goldsboro, No. 93E in Whitsett, No. 93F at Durham, No. 93G at Oxford, and No. 93H at Durham

94. Laredo (Texas) No. 94

95. Rio Grande City - Roma/Starr County (Texas) No. 95

96. Eagle Pass/Maverick County (Texas) No. 96

98. Birmingham (Alabama) No. 98 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 98A in Tuscaloosa County

99. Wilmington and Kent County (Delaware) No. 99 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 99A at Wilmington, No. 99B at Newark and No. 99C at Wilmington, No. 99D at Newark, and No. 99E at New Castle

100. Dayton (Ohio) No. 100 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 100A at Dayton, No. 100B at Keltering, and No. 100C at Dayton

101. Clinton County (Ohio) No. 101

102. St. Louis County (Missouri) No. 102 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 102A at Hazelwood, No. 102B at Wentzville, No. 102C in Jefferson City, Girardeau, Kirksville and West Plains, and No. 102D at St. Louis

103. Grand Forks (North Dakota) No. 103 and No. 103A at Wahpeton

104. Chatham County (Georgia) No. 104 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 104A in Dougherty County, No. 104B in Bullock County, No. 104C in Chatham County, and 104D at Vidalia

105. Providence and North Kingston (Rhode Island) No. 105

106. Oklahoma City (Oklahoma) No. 106 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 106A, No. 106B at Oklahoma City, No. 106 C at Weatherford, No. 106D at Oklahoma City, and No. 106E at Ponca City

107. Des Moines/Polk County (Iowa) No. 107 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 107A at Forest City

108. Valdez (Alaska) No. 108

109. Watertown/Jefferson County (New York) No. 109 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 109A at Watertown

110. Albuquerque (New Mexico) No. 110 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 110A

111. John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York) No. 111 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 111A at St. Albans (Queens)

112. Colorado Springs (Colorado) No. 112 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 112A in Fountain

113. Midlothian (Texas) No. 113

114. Peoria (Illinois) No. 114 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 114A at Peoria, No. 114C at Normal, No. 114D at El Paso, and No. 114E at Champaign

115. Beaumont (Texas) No. 115 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 115A in Jefferson County and 115B in Jefferson and Liberty Counties

116. Port Arthur (Texas) No. 116 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 116A in Port Arthur and No. 116B in Jefferson County

117. Orange (Texas) No. 117

118. Ogdensburg (New York) No. 118

119. Minneapolis/St. Paul (Minnesota) No. 119, and Special Purpose Subzones No. 119A at St. Peter, Nicollet, and Le Sueur, No. 119B at Apple Valley, No. 119C at Howard Lake, No. 119D at Preston, No 119E at Lindstrom, and 119F at Redwood Falls

120. Cowlitz County (Washington) No. 120

121. Albany (New York) No. 121, and Special Purpose Subzones No. 121A and No. 121B in Rensselaer

122. Corpus Christi (Texas) No. 122 and Special Purpose Subzones Nos. 122A through 122J in Nueces County, No. 122K at Corpus Christi, No. 122L in Nueces and San Patricio Counties, No.122M at Three Rivers, No. 122N at Ingleside, and No. 122O at Corpus Christi

123. Denver/City and County (Colorado) No. 123 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 123A in Boulder County, 123B at Broomfield

124. Gramercy (Louisiana) (Parishes of St. Charles, St. John the Baptist and St. James) No. 124 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 124A at Destrehan, No. 124B in Lafourche Parish, and No. 124C in Convent, No. 124D in Lafourche and St. James Parishes, No. 124E in Garyville, and 124G and 124H at Lockport, No. 124I at St. James, and No. 124J at St. James

125. South Bend (Indiana) No. 125 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 125A at South Bend and No. 125B at Middlebury, No. 125C at Elkhart County, and No. 125D at Elkhart

126. Sparks (Nevada) No. 126 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 126B at Carson City

127. West Columbia (South Carolina) No. 127 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 127A at Columbia and No. 127B at Hartsville

128. Lummi Indian Reservation (Whatcom County, Washington) No. 128

129. Bellingham (Washington) No. 129 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 129A at Bellingham

130. Blaine (Washington) No. 130

131. Sumas (Washington) No. 131

132. Coos County (Oregon) No. 132

133. Quad City Customs Port of Entry at Davenport (Iowa) and Milan (Illinois) No. 133 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 133A, No. 133B in Galesburg and Herrin, Illinois respectively and No. 133C at Newton, Iowa, and No. 133D at Davenport

134. Chattanooga (Tennessee) No. 134 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 134A at Chattanooga

135. Palm Beach County (Florida) No. 135

136. Brevard County (Port Canaveral, Florida) No. 136 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 136A at Cocoa and No. 136B and No. 136C at Melbourne

137. Washington Dulles International Airport (Virginia) No. 137

138. Franklin County (Ohio) No. 138 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 138A in the Village of Richwood, Union County, No. 138B in Grove City, No. 138C in Columbia, No. 138D in Beverly and No. 138F at Circleville

139. Sierra Vista (Arizona) No. 139

140. Flint (Michigan) No. 140 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 140A at “Buick City,” Flint and No. 140B at Midland

141. Monroe County (Rochester, New York) No. 141 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 141A at Rochester, No. 141B at Webster, and No. 141C, No. 141D at Rochester, and No. 141A at Rochester

142. Salem (New Jersey) No. 142 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 142A and No. 142B in Gloucester County

143. West Sacramento (Yolo County, California) No. 143 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 143A in Auburn, 143B is Roseville and 143C Sacramento in Yolo

144. Brunswick (Georgia) No. 144 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 144A at Valdosta

145. Caddo Bossier Parishes (Louisiana) No. 145 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 145A at Shreveport

146. Lawrence and Clay Counties (Illinois) No. 146 and Special Purpose Subzones Nos. 146A and 146B in Clay County, No. 146C in Effingham, and No. 146D in Robinson

147. Berks County (Pennsylvania) No. 147 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 147A at Hanover

148. Knox, Blount, Anderson Counties (Tennessee) No. 148 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 148A at Bristol and 148B at Knoxville

149. Brazoria County (Texas) No. 149 and Special Purpose Subzones Nos. 149A and 149B at Freeport, and Nos. 149D, 149E at Brazoria County, No. 149F at Brazoria County and 149G at Brazoria County

150. El Paso (Texas) No. 150

151. Findlay (Ohio) No. 151 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 151A at Findlay and Moraine, No. 151B at Findlay, and No. 151C at McComb

152. Burns Harbor (Indiana) No. 152 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 152A at Lafayette (Indiana) and No. 152B in Whiting

153. San Diego (California) No. 153, and Special Purpose Subzones No. 153A and 153B in San Diego and No. 153C in Chula Vista and No. 153D at Carlsbad

154. Greater Baton Rouge (Louisiana) No. 154

155. Victoria and Calhoun Counties (Texas) No. 155 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 155A and No. 155B at Victoria and No. 155C in Calhoun County

156. Weslaco (Texas) No. 156 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 156A, No. 156B and No. 156C at Weslaco

157. Natrona County (Wyoming) No. 157

158. Vicksburg/Jackson (Mississippi) No. 158 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 158A at Cornith, No. 158B in Meridian, No. 158C at Iuka, and No. 158E at Vicksburg

159. St. Paul Island (Alaska) No. 159

160. Anchorage (Alaska) No. 160 and No. 160A at Kenai

161. Sedgwick County (Kansas) No. 161, and Special Purpose Subzone No. 161A in McPherson

162. North Haven (Connecticut) No. 162 and Subzone No. 162A at West Haven

163. Ponce (Puerto Rico) No. 163

164. Muskogee (Oklahoma) No. 164

165. Midland (Texas) No. 165 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 165A at Borger

166. Homestead (Florida) No. 166

167. Brown County (Wisconsin) No. 167 and Special Purpose Subzones 167A in Hudson, 167B in Osceola and 167C at Plymouth

168. Dallas Fort Worth (Southport Center) (Texas) No. 168 and Special Purpose Subzones 168A at Dallas and 168B at Lewisville

169. Port Manatee (Florida) No. 169 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 169A at Sarasota County

170. Clark County (Indiana) No. 170, and Special Purpose Subzones No. 170A at Indianapolis

171. Liberty County (Texas) No. 171

172. Oneida County (New York) No. 172

173. Grays Harbor County (Washington) No. 173

174. Pima County (Arizona) No. 174 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 174A at Tucson

175. Cedar Rapids (Iowa) No. 175

176. Rockford (Illinois) No. 176 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 176A in Dundee, No. 176B in Loves Park, No. 176C at Belvidere, and No. 176E at Marengo

177. Evansville (Indiana) No. 177 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 177A at Evansville and Mt. Vernon, No. 177B at Indiana and No. 177C at Terre Haute

179. Madawaska (Aroostook County) (Maine) No. 179 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 179A at Madawaska

180. Wynwood (Miami)(Florida) No. 180

181. Akron Canton (Ohio) No. 181

182. Fort Wayne (Indiana) No. 182

183. Central Texas (Austin) (Texas) No. 183 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 183A at Austin

184. Klamath Falls (Oregon) No. 184

185. Culpeper County (Virginia) No. 185, and Special Purpose Subzones No. 185A, No. 185B and No. 185C

186. Waterville (Maine) No. 186

187. Toole County (Montana) No. 187

189. Kent, Ottawa and Muskegon Counties (Michigan) No. 189 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 189A at Kentwood, No. 189B at Muskegon

191. Palmdale (California) No. 191

193. Pinellas County (Florida) No. 193 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 193A at Pinellas County

195. Fairbanks (Alaska) No. 195

196. Alliance Corridor (Fort Worth/Denton Area) (Texas) No. 196

197. Dona Ana County (New Mexico) No. 197

198. Volusia County (Florida) No. 198

199. Texas City (Texas) No. 199 and Special Purpose Subzones No. 199A, No. 199B, No. 199C, No. 199D at Texas City, and No. 199E at Texas City

200. Mercer County (New Jersey) No. 200

201. Holyoke (Massachusetts) No. 201 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 201A at Holyoke

202. Los Angeles (California) No. 202, and Special Purpose Subzones No.202A in Los Angelas, No. 202B in El Segundo, No. 202C in Los Angeles, and No. 202D at Lebec

203. Moses Lake (Washington) No. 203 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 203A at Moses Lake

204. Tri City Area (Tennessee, Virginia) No. 204

205. Ventura County (California) No. 205 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 205A at Camarillo

206. Medford-Jackson County (Oregon) No. 206 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 206A at White City

207. Richmond (Virginia) No. 207 and Special Purpose Subzone 207A in Altavista, No. 207B at Richmond, No. 207C at Blackstone

208. New London (Connecticut) No. 208 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 208A at Groton

210. St. Clair County (Michigan) No. 210

211. Anniston (Alabama) No. 211

212. Tacoma (Washington) No. 212

213. Fort Myers (Florida) No. 213

214. Lenoir County (North Carolina) No. 214 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 210A at Brattleboro

215. Sebring (Florida) No. 215

216. Olympia (Washington) No. 216

217. Ocala (Florida) No. 217

218. St. Lucie County (Florida) No. 218

219. Yuma County (Arizona) No. 219, and Special Purpose Subzones No.219A and 219B in Yuma

220. Sioux Falls (South Dakota) No. 220

221. Mesa (Arizona) No. 221

222. Montgomery (Alabama) No. 222 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 222A at Montgomery

223. Memphis (Tennessee) No. 223

224. Spokane (Washington) No. 224

225. Springfield (Missouri) No. 225

226. Merced, Madera & Fresno Counties (California) No. 226

227. Durant (Oklahoma) No. 227 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 227A at Ardmore

229. Charleston (West Virginia) No. 229 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 229B at Belle

230. Guilford, Forsyth, Davidson and Surry Counties (North Carolina) No. 230 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 230A at Lansing

231. Stockton (California) No. 231 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 231A at Lathrop

232. Kodiak Island (Alaska) No. 232

233. Dothan (Alabama) No. 233

234. Gregg County (Texas) No. 234 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 234A at Longview and No. 234B at Longview

235. Lakewood (New Jersey) No. 235

236. City of Palm Springs (California) No. 236

237. Santa Maria (California) No. 237

238. Dublin (Virginia) No. 238

239. Terre Haute (Indiana) No. 239

240. Martinsburg (West Virginia) No. 240

241. Fort Lauderdale (Florida) No. 241

242. Boundary County (Idaho) No. 242

243. Victorville (California) No. 243 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 243A at Rialto

244. Riverside County (California) No. 244

245. Decatur (Illinois) No. 245 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 245A at Decatur

246. Waco (Texas) No. 246

247. Erie (Pennsylvania) No. 247

248. Eureka (California) No. 248

249. Pensacola (Florida) No. 249 and Special Purpose Subzone 249A at Pensacola

250. Seminole County (Florida) No. 250

251. Edinburg (Texas) No. 251

252. Amarillo, (Texas) No. 252

253. Butte County (California) No. 253

254. Jefferson County (Pennsylvania) No. 254

255. Washington County (Maryland) No. 255

256. (Roswell) New Mexico No. 256

257. Imperial County (California) No. 257

258. Bowie County, (Texas) No. 258

259. Koochiching County, (Minnesota) No. 259 and Special Purpose Subzone 259A at Thief River Fall

260. Lubbock (Texas) No. 260

261. Alexandria (Louisiana) No. 261

262. Southaven (Mississippi) No. 262

263. Auburn (Maine) No. 263

264. Washington County (Ohio) No. 264

265. Conroe, Montgomery County (Texas) No. 265 and Special Purpose Subzone No. 265A at Montgomery

266. Dane County, (Wisconsin) No. 266

267. Fargo (North Dakota) No. 267

268. Brattleboro, Vermont No. 268

269. Athens (Texas) No. 269

270. Lawrence County (Ohio) No. 270

271. Jo-Daviess And Carroll Counties (Illinois) No. 271

272. Lehigh Valley (Pennsylvania) No. 272

Alphabetical Index to Free Trade Zones by States in the United States



 
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