Reimport


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.

Reimport

To bring a finished product into a country after the raw materials to make that product were exported from that same country. For example, a company may export crude oil to another country for refining, and then reimport the finished gasoline.
References in periodicals archive ?
60 permits the reimport of "fabricated" (but in effect unfinished) metal products into the United States for further processing; 9802.
made components for processing or assembly, and then to reimport the products back to the U.
Moreover, reimport of these Rems should also be free from any additional charge when they are sent abroad for repairs.
residents to reimport as much as a 90-day supply of prescription drugs from FDA-approved Canadian pharmacies for personal use.
Kerry wants to allow individuals, pharmacists, wholesalers, and distributors to reimport FDA-approved prescription drugs from other countries.
Hebert said the order's regional coverage would stop ``megawatt laundering,'' a practice that allowed California producers to temporarily shift electricity out of the state, creating shortages, and then reimport the same power to sell in California at higher prices.
More Affordable Prescription Drugs: Kerry and Edwards will cut the cost of prescription drugs by requiring the government to negotiate better prices and by allowing Americans to reimport discounted drugs from Canada.
HONDA TO REIMPORT THAI-MADE SUBCOMPACT SEDAN TO JAPAN
We believe that China will reimport at least 55,000 tons of the strategic reserve material which was lent to the Western market last July and at some point China may also decide to replenish the balance of the 1997 inventory drawdowns of 165,000 tons.
The localization software is able to export text out of programs and reimport them after translation.
Another of his articles, published in the online magazine Philocentrism on February 14th 2009, is "Europe Reimports Jew Hatred", under the heading: "The mythical Arab Street now reaches deep into Paris, London, Berlin and Madrid".