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“I would make sure I've re-exported my library once I've built it with them ...”
“A sizable share of U.S. exports to China is raw materials used to produce goods that are re-exported back to the United States.”
“Almost all of the diamonds are re-exported after polishing and cutting.”
“This in turn has affected intra-E.U. trade, which accounts for two-thirds of total E.U. trade, as well as intra-Asia trade, 40-50% of which is re-exported to the U.S. and Europe.”
“That is because as much as two-thirds of the value of goods that go into trade statistics represent intermediate parts, which are imported from other countries and used to make finished products that then get re-exported.”
“Some of this is re-exported to Asia and the West, but nearly 60% of sales of the China-based subsidiaries of Japanese companies remain within China, according to Japanese trade ministry data.”
“The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, said in a note to national governments in July that biodiesel shipments from the U.S. to the EU have plummeted, apparently replaced by large amounts of U.S. biodiesel exported to Canada and Singapore that is then re-exported to the EU.”
“The business group took aim at the methodology of the new report, which left the two groups in a typically arcane dispute over how to account for goods brought into the United States and then re-exported.”
“There, it was re-exported to at least five other EU countries, including Britain, Italy and the Netherlands.”
“This is seen powerfully in sectors like apparel and other assembly exports, where semi-processed goods are imported from abroad, further processed, and then re-exported.”
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