RAK Free Trade Zone(RAKFTZ)

Investment destination by choice for global investors

Ras Al Khaimah has the most scenic and varied topography of all the seven Emirates. Within its territory it combines the coast, the fertile agricultural plains, the desert and mountains. Each of these environments has given rise to different lifestyles: the date-palm farmers of the plains, the Bedouin of the desert and the Shihuh and Habus tribes of the mountains. All of these groups have interacted throughout history to make up the rich and complex society that modern Ras al-Khaimah is.

The emirate has witnessed massive development in recent years and is now a modern emirate with international schools, hospitals and amenities. However, distinguishing it from other emirates is its distinctive local culture.

The emirate made vital contributions to the formation of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This northernmost Emirate contains a rugged mountain border with Oman and can trace human habitation of this region back to the third millennium BC.

Archeological evidence also establishes the existence of the port city of Julfar as early as the 7th century, indicating vibrant trade relations with China and India. This archaeological legacy explains, in part, why Ras Al Khaimah became strategically important to the British and their control over the shipping routes to and from India.The Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah contains 1,684 square kilometers of land including a coastline of 55 kilometers. It is the fourth largest of the UAE’s seven emirates.

Recently, Ras Al Khaimah began an ambitious phase of development including investments in infrastructure improvement, tourism, shopping, and efforts to attract industrial and commercial enterprises. Among the most important of these endeavors is the establishment of the Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone. In spite of recent commercial and infrastructural developments, Ras Al Khaimah remains a peaceful Emirate in which to live and work. It is one of the most agriculturally productive emirates in the UAE and the sight of green fields is not uncommon.

Its proximity to natural attractions such as the Hajjar Mountains, the Musandam Peninsula, and the UAE’s east coast make it an ideal base from which to explore the natural beauty of the northern Emirates. Hiking, camping, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, picnicking, desert driving, and many other recreational activities are easy to organize. And if you are looking for schools for your children, Ras Al Khaimah supports excellent schools that will meet all your children’s educational requirements.

Advantages:

• 100% tax exemption
• 100% foreign ownership
• 100% capital & profit repatriation
• Transparent laws and regulations
• Strategic location with access to over 1.2 billion consumers
• State-of-art communication facilities
• Simple and fast application procedures
• The Industrial Park and Technology Park are in close proximity to sea port and international airport
• Abundant energy supply
• Promotion centers in Dubai, Abu Dhabi & Ras Al Khaimah

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