Our free zones are the world’s gateway to the Middle East, connected through award winning air and seaports, to some of the most exciting business opportunities on the planet .
The Qatar Free Zones Authority (QFZA) is an independent authority created in 2018 to oversee and regulate the world-class free zones in Qatar, offering outstanding opportunities and benefits for businesses seeking to expand their global operations.
The QFZA team are dedicated to enabling our investors’ growth and help facilitate everything from establishment to customs to permitting. The Investor Portal allows our investors to access, request and monitor their service requests.
Qatar has trade agreements with the world’s biggest economies, giving our investors access to every major market in the world.
International cooperation is key to global growth. Over the past ten years, Qatar has signed bilateral agreements with major global economies, including China, France, India, and South Korea.
Qatar has multiple Bilateral Agreements
Bilateral agreements on customs cooperation
The government of the Kingdom of Morocco
The Islamic Republic of Iran
The Republic of India
The People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria
The Republic of Cuba
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Double tax and investment protection agreements
Islamic Republic of Iran
Isle of Man
People’s Republic of China
Republic of India
Republic of Korea
Multilateral / Economic Agreements
European Trade Agreement
International Road Transport Agreement 1975
Istanbul Convention on Temporary Admission and its Annexes (A), (B.1)
BLEU (Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union)
Free Trade Agreement between the Gulf Cooperation Council and the EFTA States Marrakesh
Free Trade Agreement between Singapore and The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
EC – GCC Cooperation Agreement
GCC Economic Agreement
OIC Investment Agreement
Arab Investment Agreement
Arab League Investment Agreement
Law on supporting competitiveness of national products and combating harmful practices to them in international trade
Georgia – Protection of Investments and on Economic, Trade and Technical Cooperation