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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.
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Drug reimportation is something that sounds sensible on the surface.
3) If the Secretary were to allow reimportation from Canada, Canadian residents may encounter drug supply limits.
If the Canadian pharmacists' fears are justified, reimportation could force our northern neighbors to share that burden.
The pharmaceuucal industry had hoped, in backing the Medicare drug bill, to crush calls for reimportation of U.
In their letter, the American Meat Institute, National Cattlemen's Beef Association, National Chicken Council, National Meat Association, National Pork Producers Council and National Turkey Federation worry that if the reimportation plan is shelved, China could cut its purchases of not only U.
In response to concerns that the international availability of less expensive textbooks might negatively affect textbook sales, publishers have taken steps to limit large-scale textbook reimportation.
had earlier stated that he would delay the Leavitt vote unless the Senate guaranteed a vote on drug reimportation legislation that he is cosponsoring with Sen.
It features articles and reports on such topics as outcomes research, patient education, program evaluation, direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription medications, medication adherence, health systems reform, web-based pharmacies, reimportation, and health profession workforce issues.
For example, legislation authorizing the reimportation of lower priced medicine from safe and reputable sources in other industrialized nations would offer short-term relief to increasing costs and encourage further reforms here in America.
Another issue that is likely to come up in Congress this year is legalizing the reimportation of drugs from other countries.
The policy urges the AMA to educate members regarding the risks and benefits associated with reimportation efforts.
2493) that would give the FDA one year to create a system allowing the reimportation of prescription drugs from Canada and three years to expand the system to the European Union.