Importer


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Importer

A person or company that receives a good produced in another country. An importer may be the end user of the good or may wish to re-sell it. Sometimes importers buy a good and refine it in order to export to the original (or to a third) country.
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This is due to the preference of importers for finding new suppliers through this route, the high number of respondents completing online purchases (50 percent), as well as the more frequent and varied use of promotional tools in the network.
Their regulatory specialists and affiliated attorneys integrate regulatory and business strategies into a single source for solving regulatory and legal problems for foreign and domestic producers, importers, distributors and retailers.
Once the importer has conducted the hazard analysis, it will then have the flexibility to choose the appropriate verification activities based on the risk evaluation.
An importer of Unfinished Dietary Supplements is exempt from most of the generally applicable FSVP requirements only if the foreign facility is in compliance with the dietary supplement cGMP requirements established in Title 21, Part 111 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
Luxury-car importers pointed out that buyers of imported sedans are even-more cost-sensitive than buyers of popularly-priced cars, and postpone purchases to wait for better prices.
Despite--or because of--that delay, the Polish law provides the first instance in the EU of formalized obligations imposed upon importers and distributors of medical devices.
Third, to investigate the conditions under which it is optimal for consumers to purchase a foreign over a domestic product given information regarding the reputation of the importer, but uncertainty with respect to the quality of the imported product.
And because we're in the market with fresh products, we can turn around manufacturing a lot faster than importers.
The importer must then notify the FDA when a shipment of goods is being sent and the expected time of arrival.
While it benefits the importer, they said it is rough on the retailer and ultimately hurts the consumer.
importer Z, it might be possible to use the $100 that Y paid, as opposed to the $130 that importer Z paid, as the basis for customs duty assessment.