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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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The entire frame of reference for the error taxonomy set out in REASON, supra note 4, is in general a version of the non-normative frame of science, although, since Reason is concerned not only with defining and understanding types of error, but also with designing systems with an eye to taking steps to prevent errors, normative judgments must be reimported at the system design level to determine the proper prescribed responses to errors necessary to minimize them.
Or: Danish butter subsidized by Brussels is transported to Algeria via Bavaria and Italy to be reimported into the European circular flow as oil.
31 Graham Vick: The artistic director of Birmingham Opera Company exported his community-based Birmingham style of working to the Arena di Verona, then reimported the resulting spectacular production of La Traviata to the NIA.
Giuliani Partners was hired by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) to study the safety of reimported prescription drugs.
British, Dutch and other bank accountholders are accused of keeping gains from a "carousel fraud" scheme in which traders exported and then reimported goods using front companies to dodge "value added" sales taxes.
in El Salvador, used to send cloth for processing in Guatemala and then reimported the materials for finishing.
Publishers often restrict the number of texts that can be reimported into the United States so students can't order more cheaply from abroad.
We have reimported creationism into our political dialogue (in the form of "intelligent design").
If you are only allowed to reimport drugs made here, then the control of what amount of product can be reimported can be controlled by what amount of that product is sent out of the United States," Elliott said.
He chided the Bush administration for using "scare tactics" by claiming reimported drugs from Canada were unsafe.
Any new drug reimportation legislation needs to ensure that reimported drugs are FDA approved, he said.