import-export


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import-export

or

import-export trade

n
(Commerce) international trade and exchange of goods, products and services
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Hajili noted that the last time "The order of regulation of import-export operations" was updated in February 2016.
Summary: The food import-export coverage ratio has dropped to 75.
By Tesfa-alem Tekle May 3, 2009 (ADDIS ABABA) -- Landlocked Ethiopia this week admitted the nation's high dependency to only Djibouti port has become a big concern to her as the volume of its fast growing import-export trade keeps booming with time.
New Year's Day 2009 brought a new Thermotraffic refrigerated freight forwarding facility to the German Port of Bremerhaven, under the management of Gisela Tieste, head of Thermotraffic's import-export deep sea division for 25 years.
The figures emerge from a study by the Milan Chamber of Commerce into the latest Istat figures for import-export between Italy and 13 Mediterranean basin countries (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Malta, Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Syria, Israel, the Palestinian Territories, Jordan).
Sherman's contributions to the hopper include a measure that would bar the Import-Export Bank of the United States from assisting countries that support terrorists.