Cultural capital city of Arab World
Sharjah is the third largest emirate in the UAE, occupying an area of 2,590 square kilometres. Declared as the Cultural Capital of the Arab World in 1998 by UNESCO, Sharjah is home to the largest number of educational institutes in the country and possesses vibrant communities and a rich heritage. Overlooking the Arabian Gulf to the west and the Gulf of Oman to the east gives the emirate a unique geographical perspective. Featuring a fusion of the old and the new, Sharjah is awash with magnificent mosques, wonderful waterfront hotels and selection of souks. It is also renowned for its historical beauty, boasting a number of museums to start a journey of discovery into its rich and colourful past.
- Sharjah Airport Free zone 2. Hamriya Free Zone
Benefits of setting up free zones:
- 100% foreign ownership
- Exception of taxes
- Customs privilege
- No foreign exchange controls
- Low freight charges
- World class infrastructure.
- Lowest tariffs in the region.
- Cheap energy.
- Modern business approaches.
- Excellent support services.
- Permitting directors, shareholders and employees to acquire residency visas in the UAE.