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  • 81import — /ɪm pɔ:t/ verb /ɪm pɔ:t/ to bring goods from abroad into a country for sale ● The company imports television sets from Japan. ● This car was imported from France. ▪▪▪ ‘European manufacturers rely heavily on imported raw materials which are mostly …

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  • 82import — A product manufactured in a foreign country, and then shipped to and sold in this country. See also importation …

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  • 83import — A product manufactured in a foreign country, and then shipped to and sold in this country. See also importation …

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  • 84import — v. & n. v.tr. 1 bring in (esp. foreign goods or services) to a country. 2 (often foll. by that + clause) a imply, indicate, signify. b express, make known. n. 1 the process of importing. 2 a an imported article or service. b (in pl.) an amount… …

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  • 85import-export — [ ɛ̃pɔrɛkspɔr ] n. m. • 1885; mot angl. « importation exportation » ♦ Comm. Commerce international de produits importés et exportés. Faire de l import export (⇒ courtier, négociant) . Société d import export. (Plur. inus. imports exports.) ●… …

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  • 86Import gamers — are a subset of the video game player community that partake in the practice of playing video games from another region, usually from Japan where the majority of games for certain systems originate. Reasons for importing There is no uniform… …

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  • 87Import Certificates — are an idea for governmental economic intervention to fix a country s trade deficit. The idea was first proposed by Warren Buffett. In the United States, the idea was first introduced legislatively in the Balanced Trade Restoration Act of 2006.… …

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  • 88Import substitution industrialization — (also called ISI) is a trade and economic policy based on the premise that a country should attempt to reduce its foreign dependency through the local production of industrialized products. Adopted in many Latin American countries from the 1930s… …

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  • 89Import Parfumerie — Rechtsform Division der Coop (bis 2002 Aktiengesellschaft) Gründung …

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  • 90import licence — ➔ licence * * * import licence UK US (US import license) noun [C] (also import permit) COMMERCE, LAW ► an official document from the government that allows a person or a company to bring certain types of goods into a country: »Petroleum products… …

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  • 91import-export — ˌimport ˈexport adjective [only before a noun] COMMERCE an import export company both imports and exports goods * * * import export UK US adjective [before noun] ECONOMICS, COMMERCE ► relating to the business activity of selling goods between… …

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  • 92Import (disambiguation) — Import may refer to:*Importing goods and services; see Import (international trade) and International trade. *Import scene, the subculture that revolves around modifying imported brand cars. *In computing, **to import is to transform data into… …

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  • 93Import (Wirtschaft) — Import ist die gängige Bezeichnung für die Einfuhr von Waren und Dienstleistungen von Wirtschaftseinheiten, die ihren Wohnsitz außerhalb des jeweiligen Landes haben. Das Gegenteil von Import ist der Export. Der Export saldiert sich mit dem Import …

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  • 94Import/Export — est un film autrichien, réalisé par Ulrich Seidl en 2007. Synopsis Deux trajectoires évoluent dans des directions opposées. Olga, jeune infirmière ukrainienne, part à la recherche du bonheur à l Ouest où elle devient femme de ménage dans un… …

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  • 95import levy — ➔ levy2 * * * import levy UK US noun [C] TAX, COMMERCE ► IMPORT DUTY(Cf. ↑import duty) …

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  • 96import permit — ➔ permit * * * import permit UK US noun [C] COMMERCE ► IMPORT LICENCE(Cf. ↑import licence) …

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  • 97import surcharge — ➔ surcharge1 * * * import surcharge UK US noun [C] TAX, COMMERCE ► an extra tax on goods coming into a country in addition to the import duty: »Subsequently, a 10% across the board import surcharge was introduced in the April Budget to raise… …

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  • 98import tariff — ➔ tariff * * * import tariff UK US noun [C] TAX, COMMERCE ► IMPORT DUTY(Cf. ↑import duty) …

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  • 99Import-Export — steht für: Import Export – Eine Reise in die deutsch türkische Vergangenheit, ein deutscher Dokumentarfilm von 2005/2006 Import Export, ein österreichischer Spielfilm von 2007 Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur U …

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  • 100import controls — UK US noun [plural] (also import restrictions) ECONOMICS, COMMERCE ► methods used to control the quantity of goods coming into a country to be sold: »The government has gradually lifted import controls on consumer goods over the past decade …

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