parallel import

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parallel import

n (Econ) → Parallelimport m
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He emphasized that only fiscal reforms and rationalizing of tariffs will curb the tendency towards parallel trade and enhance the mainstream trade.
She further highlighted "the need to counter parallel trade and smuggling that have impacted the economic enterprises' capacities and contribute to the decrease of the State' tax resources and increase of foreign debt.
Siraj Teli while providing the future direction emphasized that objective of this formation was not only to reduce the irritants but also to enhance trade which included eradicating menace of parallel trade.
Summary: There have been calls recently on the part of all kinds of economic experts to change banknotes in Tunisia, presenting it as the appropriate solution to end parallel trade and
These models provide an example of the complex interplay of factors affecting pricing and profits in a situation where parallel trade takes place.
The world's leading trade fair for industrial technology will feature five parallel trade fairs: Industrial Automation, Digital Factory, Energy, Industrial Supply, and Research & Technology.
Such exports, known as parallel trade, are permitted under European Union free trade rules but Greece imposed an exceptional ban on the export of 25 types of drugs two months ago following warnings of possible serious shortages.
Digital foiling represents an opportunity for security applications designed to prevent parallel trade and anti-counterfeit activity.
Ahsan Iqbal, Minister for Planning and Development, (July 20) said Lahore - Karachi motorway would be completed in three years and would serve as a parallel trade corridor.
Companies are ceasing these supplies because Greece is not profitable for them and they are worried that their products will be exported by traders to other, richer countries, through parallel trade, as Greece has the lowest medicine prices in Europe," said Professor Yannis Tountas, president of the Greek drug regulator, the National Organisation for Medicines.
In spite of the attractiveness of parallel import phenomenon in many respects, the increase of its popularity and the support provided to it by the governments of many countries, the value of parallel trade in pharmaceutical growth is goes down, and sometimes even decreases.