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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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A number were reimported into the United States in the mid-part of the 20th century, but because of their poor shape they were often broken down, their actions salvaged and used to make sporters.
It was one of a quantity that had been reimported from South Korea back in the 1980s (the so-called "Blue Sky" import) and was in very good condition, with a mirror bright bore.
Between 1993 and 1995, the Sevel company--manufacturers in Argentina and Uruguay of Fiat automobiles--evaded US$42 million in taxes, besides benefitting from US$7 million for collecting refunds for parts it exported to Uruguay, which were then reimported as finished cars, for which the neighboring country also paid a commission.
Furthermore, the ECHA recalls which substances are exempt from registration under REACH, ie substances listed in Annex VI as they present minimal risk (water, nitrogen); substances covered in Annex V (substances that exist naturally, such as minerals, ores and concentrates if they have not been chemically modified); substances already registered and recuperated in the EU, and substances already registered and exported then reimported in the EU.
The FDA's stance has been that imported and reimported drugs can't be guaranteed to be safe.
In 2010, federal investigators busted the Clearwater, Florida-based VisionTech for selling $16 million of chips reimported from China to more than 1,000 customers, including the Department of Defense.
All manner of mysterious goings-on have been happening over the past week, as the pagan festival of Samhain has been repackaged by the USA and then reimported back from across the Atlantic.
However, in 1865, cholera was reimported by a ship from cholera-stricken Marseille to Guadeloupe, launching an epidemic that would exact a toll of [greater than or equal to]11,000 deaths in a population of 150,000.
But both Russell's and Nirgal's suggestions make it clear that after the flood that reshapes the Earth's topography and ecology, Martian thought and resources will be reimported to Earth in such a way as to create different but parallel synthetic ecologies there.
17) Offshore production also helped firms in the Global North secure competitive prices for the reimported goods assembled offshore, a significant advantage given the growth of cheap imports from other countries.
Or: Danish butter subsidized by Brussels is transported to Algeria via Bavaria and Italy to be reimported into the European circular flow as oil.
It has also been reimported to Japan by Tower Records, HMV and other retailers, since local distrib Toei has yet to release its own version.