Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To export again; export after having imported.
  • noun A commodity that is reëxported.
  • noun Reëxportation.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To export again, as what has been imported.
  • noun Any commodity reëxported; -- chiefly in the plural.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb to export again; to export something that has been imported

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

re- +‎ export

Examples

  • Reexport trade normally constitutes a major segment of economic activity, but a 1999 government-imposed preshipment inspection plan, and instability of the Gambian dalasi (currency) have drawn some of the reexport trade away from The Gambia.

    Gambia

  • Landlocked Paraguay has a market economy marked by a large informal sector, featuring reexport of imported consumer goods to neighboring countries, as well as the activities of thousands of microenterprises and urban street vendors.

    Paraguay

  • Reexport trade normally constitutes a major segment of economic activity, but a 1999 government-imposed preshipment inspection plan, and instability of the Gambian dalasi (currency) have drawn some of the reexport trade away from The Gambia.

    Economy-overview

  • This sector features both reexport of imported consumer goods to neighboring countries, as well as the activities of thousands of microenterprises and urban street vendors.

    Paraguay

  • Arubamachinery and electrical equipment, crude oil for refining and reexport, chemicals; foodstuffs

    Imports-commodities

  • Reexport trade normally constitutes a major segment of economic activity, but a 1999 government-imposed preshipment inspection plan, and instability of the Gambian dalasi (currency) have drawn some of the reexport trade away from The Gambia.

    Gambia, The

  • This sector features both reexport of imported consumer goods to neighboring countries, as well as the activities of thousands of microenterprises and urban street vendors.

    Economy-overview

  • Imports—commodities: machinery and electrical equipment, crude oil for refining and reexport, chemicals; foodstuffs

    Aruba

  • Agricultural and mineral production for export and low value added production of semiconductors, garments and toys for reexport have consigned the Philippine economy to chronic foreign trade deficit and ever mounting foreign debt.

    Introduction to Philippine Economy and Politics - Jose Maria Sison CPP

  • David Ricardo, as you well know, never considered a world in which you were exporting American jobs to produce services and goods for reexport to the United States.

    CNN Transcript Feb 12, 2004

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