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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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4 to allow reimporting drugs from Canada Making recent federal Favor 56.
Unfortunately, reimporting drugs at lower prices could produce disastrous results for our health care system in the long run.
Council members said that Americans pay inordinately high prices for prescription medications made in their own country and that reimporting them from Canada - which is prohibited by current law - would bring relief to low-income patients.
Springfield, Massachusetts, is reimporting drags from Canada for its city employees.
has stopped selling prescription drugs to Canadian mail-order pharmacies thought to be reimporting the drugs into the United States at a cheaper price than American consumers would have to pay for the same drugs if purchased from a U.
The reimportation prohibitions apply to reimporting events that occur after Oct.
Honda aims to take more sales from competitors by reimporting scooters produced cheaply in China.
Because drug products manufactured in the United States are often sold at lower prices in foreign markets, companies were diverting drugs from the foreign market, reimporting them to the United States and selling them at a discount.
So you could scan directly a page into Microsoft Word instead of saving the image out and subsequently reimporting it into Word (or using Word's own acquire feature - but not all packages will have direct scanner support, however).
Some doctors who feel their medical practice is being restricted by the software lockouts have taken to reimporting "gray market lasers" - lasers made by Summit and VISX for export, which neither require royalty keycards nor have the software lockout.
corporations are shipping a torrent of goods intended for assembly into Haiti, and then reimporting the assembled products back into the United States.