semi-processed love

Definitions

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  • adj. having been subjected to partial processing

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Examples

  • The potential lies in agriculture, semi-processed agricultural products, said Mwila.

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  • Now, I could share the semi-processed data -- that is, not the videos themselves but the information gleaned from them.

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  • 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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  • These products are normally sold in a semi-processed condition packed from FDA approved plants.

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  • The re-exported, semi-processed fish are sent to countries such as Canada for further processing and then sold in these countries, or exported again to the U.S. or other markets under the Western country brand name.

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  • Furthermore, China, by actively taking over a huge processing role for re-exported fish products, has probably further lowered the accountability of fisheries processors in other countries concerning the sustainability of their raw and semi-processed materials.

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  • Down in the production pipeline, semi-processed goods rose 0.9%, compared to March's 2.3% increase.

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  • The deal calls for charging 10 percent tax on semi-processed products and 25 percent on finished goods being imported into most of COMESA's member countries - lower than the taxes in place in many African nations.

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  • In this endeavour industrial strategy must play a central role to unblock constraints and facilitate policy responses to build the capacity of local suppliers of semi-processed materials, capital goods and other inputs needed to meet the demands of this and future cycles of investment.

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  • What is passed off as the industrial sector consists of mining and quarrying, construction, utilities and light manufacturing which are all dependent on imported equipment, basically processed materials, semi-processed materials and raw materials, especially fuel.

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