Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reexport.

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Examples

  • Henan officials are working on a two-track strategy: first, finding jobs for as many returnees as possible, which generally means reexporting them by posting ads and hosting recruiters from elsewhere.

    Going Back To the Farm

  • In 1980 Sabritas set up a sporting goods division in Mexico with the idea of importing partially finished goods, finishing them locally, and reexporting them to the United States.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • In 1980 Sabritas set up a sporting goods division in Mexico with the idea of importing partially finished goods, finishing them locally, and reexporting them to the United States.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • The reexporting of Soviet oil, paid for in hard currency, and the subsidy on the price of sugar, which sometimes rose to about five times the world market price, represent aid worth $3.7 billion per year.

    Column Criticizes Trade Relations With Cuba

  • At that time, we were exporting and reexporting 3 million tons of oil.

    CASTRO URUGUYAN TV INTERVIEW ON AREA CONCERNS

  • Going forward, emerging markets will increasingly trade amongst each other for final demand, rather than reexporting goods to the U.S. and EU, driving global trade flows and changing its direction and composition.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Going forward, emerging markets will increasingly trade amongst each other for final demand, rather than reexporting goods to the U.S. and EU, driving global trade flows and changing its direction and composition.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Going forward, emerging markets will increasingly trade amongst each other for final demand, rather than reexporting goods to the U.S. and EU, driving global trade flows and changing its direction and composition.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Going forward, emerging markets will increasingly trade amongst each other for final demand, rather than reexporting goods to the U.S. and EU, driving global trade flows and changing its direction and composition.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Going forward, emerging markets will increasingly trade amongst each other for final demand, rather than reexporting goods to the U.S. and EU, driving global trade flows and changing its direction and composition.

    Forbes.com: News

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