Global Strategy and Military Supremacy

SEZ

Special Economic Zones and Exploited Labor

Special Economic Zones and Exploited Labor

SEZ’s or special economic zones are areas within developing (poorer) nations where foreign investors are enticed with special regulations that are different from the rest of the host nation. These special regulations include tax incentives and lower tariffs. In these zones corporations avoid direct accountability for labor law violations through the use of subcontractors and employee labor contracts. Economic zone businesses seek to establish an environment free from labor law implementation.