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enterprise zone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenterprise zoneˈenterprise ˌzone noun [countable]  an area where the government is encouraging business activity. New businesses there usually pay lower taxes and companies are given money to encourage them to move to the area.From Longman Business Dictionaryenterprise zoneˈenterprise ˌzone [countable]ECONOMICS an area which the government is helping by supporting new businesses and encouraging companies to move there by offering money or by allowing them not to pay certain taxes for a period of time SYN DEVELOPMENT ZONEThe city of Fresno’s designated enterprise zone includes the downtown area, portions of the airport area, and the large industrial and manufacturing area. zone
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