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gray import

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(Commerce) an imported vehicle that does not have an exact model equivalent in the receiving country
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The Customs Service of Kyrgyzstan has responded to the statement of the State Revenue Committee of the Ministry of Finance of Kazakhstan on "grey import" from China to Kazakhstan through the territory of Kyrgyzstan, the RFE/RL reported.
The grey import of mobile handsets remains the biggest challenge to the customs authorities, as when the government tightens legal import policy then illegal import goes on the rise.
Also, the influx of grey import products' impact on price levels as well as warranty and support services is another challenge."
Grey Import: A 'grey' import is a vehicle designed and built for sale into a country outside the EU, and imported into the UK independently of the manufacturer or his appointed agent.
As a result, there are loads of grey import Evo IVs, Vs, VIs out there.
Go for the 1.8 with alloys and electric windows, and make sure you get a UK-supplied car, not a Japanese grey import Eunos roadster.
We do cover ice cream vans, but he might be better off going for a grey import policy, or maybe a kit car scheme.
Changes to the car number plate format planned for later this year could leave drivers of 'grey import' vehicles fuming, a motor industry research company claims.
A grey import from China to Kazakhstan can be organized via checkpoints of Kyrgyzstan, the State Revenue Committee of Kazakhstan reported on July 22.
Authorised Apple resellers in the UAE have revealed that they will not grey import the newly launched Apple Watch, despite receiving a lot of requests from consumers across the region.
However, his car was a 'grey import' from Japan which was equipped with a speed limiter which meant it could not go above 112mph, rendering the gun unreliable.