Reimport


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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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To these categories of translation--direct, secondary/intermediated, and intralingual--we can add other ways that Finch used translation to reimport Jacobite and feminist "source" cultures into the dominant domestic, British "target" cultures of patriarchy and Whiggism.
Kazakhstan's abstention would allow banned goods to be reimported to Russia through the Central Asian country - de facto voiding the embargo - and calls into question a trade union portrayed by the Kremlin as a potential rival for the European Union.
The next-best strategy for drug companies is to "restrict the supplies sold in foreign markets to the estimated level of their domestic consumption to minimize the surplus available for reimportation by foreigners." Charley Hooper and I noted this in a February 24, 2004 Washington Times op-ed entitled "Hidden Drug Reimport Potential":
Maybe it is time to reverse that trend and to reimport the day reporting centre model, which is safe, constructive and cost-effective.
The ASCII file contains all information about the document, and the database can reimport and maintain that information, such as all document properties, new page position of each box, 70-plus properties of each box, text of all text boxes optionally with XPressTags, picture paths of picture boxes, all scaling and offset specifications of pictures, complete chaining information of chained text boxes, all anchored boxes and lines and their anchor position.
It would be nice to see a modification that allows users to export the transcription to a text document for ease of distribution and editing, as some of the other systems on the market do, and to reimport the edited file with autoparsing (compared against the original transcription).
That's right: our banks exported the toxicity, then contrived to reimport it, all under our leader's nose.
"Plan Dropped to Reimport U.S.-Made Medications." Los Angeles Times.
licensee cannot reimport into a licensor's territory; the ensuing question, however, is whether or not the licensor can also prevent
A Toyota executive said the company has decided to reimport the car ''to improve profit sources said to be heavily dependent on North America.''
He and others think it is time for the United States to reimport an idea that has been reworked in Britain.