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an area or locality in which businesses are allowed certain tax advantages and are subject to fewer government regulations in order to stimulate its economy.

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enterprise zone

noun

a designated zone in a depressed area, esp an inner urban area, where firms are given tax concessions and various planning restrictions are lifted, in order to attract new industry and business to the area: first introduced in Britain in 1981
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