The Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone (RAK FTZ) hopes to boost investment and attract more businesses to the region through a new promotional package.It will launch 'E-Trading' at the GITEX Technology Week 2011 in Dubai this week, offering prospective customers a package from AED 15,000.RAK FTZ will also use the event to highlight its presence in the Middle East and show businesses its facilities and services. It hopes that the package can help it expand even further."Over the last 10 years, RAK FTZ has taken pride of place with world-class technological advances, and extending the best-in-class technology to our clients. This year, we are privileged to extend a new activity called E-Trading for prospective companies during GITEX," said Oussama El Omari, chief executive of RAK FTZ."Our participation in the leading exhibition offers us the chance to highlight not only our unique facilities and promotions, but also gives us access to cutting-edge technology on show from around the globe."Last month, fDi Magazine and Financial Times Business named RAK FTZ in the top five best Middle East free zones.