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Greg Jones

Foreign-Trade Zone Corporation


Greg Jones

Greg Jones is the vice-president and a senior consultant for the Foreign-Trade Zone Corporation, which operates 9 Zone projects in Alabama, Mississippi, Florida and Tennessee and provides consulting services on a national basis. He is a past president and an honorary life member of the National Association of Foreign-Trade Zones. During his 29 years in the Zones program, Mr. Jones has given numerous lectures on various Zone-related topics, and authored a number of articles in trade, industry and economic development publications.

www.ftzcorp.com


Article | August 31, 2006
Making It In America: The U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Program Continues to Grow Among U.S.-Based Manufacturing Companies   

By: Greg Jones

The 66th Annual Report of the Foreign-Trade Zones Board to the Congress of the United States, published in December of 2005, shows the continued...more >>


Article | June 30, 2005
U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Help U.S. Based Manufacturers Stay in Business   

By: Greg Jones

The use of the Foreign-Trade Zones program by U.S.-based manufacturers of computer-related peripheral products provides an instructive example of how...more >>


Article | June 30, 2004
Tariff Rates Fall, Foreign-Trade Zone Use Climbs. What's the Deal?   

By: Greg Jones

For the past three decades, U.S. tariff rates have fallen significantly, with many new products eligible for duty-free importation into the United...more >>


Article | March 31, 2003
Foreign Trade Zones: Using Federal Trade Program as a Local Economic Development Tool   

By: Greg Jones

The U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones program has grown profoundly over the last three decades. In 1970 there were 8 General Purpose Zones and 3 special...more >>


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