The Qatar Free Zones Authority (QFZA) Board of Directors’ has approved the second package of the free zone regulations and reviewed progress made so far on the zones infrastructure projects, investment attracting activities and internal processes.
The meeting was chaired by HE the Minister of State and chairman of the Board Ahmed bin Mohamed al-Sayed.
The regulations approved by the Board of Directors included regulations related to land rents, building permits and planning regulations, and licensing fees and asset leases.
The approved regulations will make it easier for local and foreign investors to identify their business activities and submit their applications, Qatar Free Zones Authority said Tuesday.
QFZA has invited local and foreign investors interested in investing in Qatar Free Zones to consult the regulations on the authority's website (www.fza.gov.qa), or contact the Business Development and Investors Affairs Department of the Authority at [email protected]
At its previous meeting in July this year, the QFZA Board of Directors had approved the first package of licensing regulations and registration system of companies in the free zones in the country.
Also during IPEC 2018, the QFZA announced that it will publish all details and laws relating to free zones before the end of November 2018.
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