the video is an aerial recording of Katunayake FTZ in Sri Lanka. Free Trade Zones (FTZs) are gated and highly protected areas with factories for export oriented gods. Katunayake FTZ was established in 1978 as part of the structural adjustment policies initiated by World Bank (WB) and International Monitary Fund (IMF).
Sri Lanka was the first South Asian country to change from import substitution, which included protective tariffs, and import controls to an export orientated economy. In 1977 under then President Jayawardena, regulations protecting local industry gave way to regulations for the protection of foreign investors. The first Free Trade Zone (FTZ) was established at Katunayake (near to the airport and capital Colombo) in 1978.
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