Within the EU a free zone is an enclosed area in which non-Community goods are treated for the purposes of import duties as being outside the Customs territory of the Community. The administration of free zones is governed by EC regulations. However, free zones are rarely used in the EC.

Although the UK has had free zones in the past, there are currently no free zones in the UK. But, the Isle of Man has designated Freeport a free zone.

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