Special Economic Zones: Opportunities or business as usual?

The institutional answer to the systemic crises which we’re experiencing comes again with major promises and infrastructure.

The myth of economic growth, combined with the mantra on new jobs, is portrayed again within the frame of a multi-billion investment plan for the development of so-called “infrastructural mega-corridors”. That is: a combination of port expansions, railway development for freight transport, the creation of Special Economic Zones, and a lot more. This plan could radically transform affected territories, as well as communities and society more broadly. Will it really be the case? And ultimately who’s going to benefit?

Special Economic Zones
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