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This was a national economic development plan that premised everything on one roll of the dice: a strategy driven above all by the export of raw bitumen from the Alberta oil sands to Asian markets, and via the Keystone pipeline to the United States for reexport.
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) provides "particularly strict regulation" for the "trade"--defined in Article 1(c) as "export, reexport, import and introduction from the sea"--of specimens of species that are "threatened with extinction.
The foreign investors can reexport from Mauritius to Madagascar, Comoros, Malawi, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Somalia, Kenya, Maldives, Burundi, South Africa, Uganda, Ethiopia, Mozambique and Zambia.
6) The amendments to the Export Administration Regulations create a new category called "License Exception Support for the Cuban People (SCP)," which is intended "to authorize the export and reexport of certain items to Cuba that are intended to improve the living conditions of the Cuban people; support independent economic activity and strengthen civil society in Cuba; and improve the free flow of information to, from, and among the Cuban people.
Jamaican nationals within Trinidad and Tobago barter shipments of marijuana or cocaine for reexport.
He said Germany was exporting Pakistani surgical instruments, gives it a finishing touch with chrome or even without that, it reexport it to Bosnia.
Ibrahim, who is currently visiting Indonesia as part of the UAE trade delegation said, Jafza, for example, offers incentives such as 0% personal income tax; 0% import or reexport duties; and no currency restrictions.
A statement on the Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security's (BIS) website said, "Since March 1, 2014, BIS has placed a hold on the issuance of licenses that would authorize the export or reexport of items to Russia.
This also contributed substantially in witnessing the hectic activity of the reexport of goods from the Jeddah Islamic Port, which is close to the city's famous old souks.
251) Commonly accepted extraterritorial export controls include restrictions on the reexport of sensitive goods and know-how based on country of origin.
and announced that out standing licenses and reexport authorizations were subject to review .
Regarding customs and penalties owed on complementary products imported for reexport and destroyed the June warehouse fire, the Customs Authority is asking Lecico to pay waived customs fees on these products and pay a penalty for the period since they were imported.