grey import


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grey import

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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 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.
As a result, there are loads of grey import Evo IVs, Vs, VIs out there.
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.
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.
Grey import dealers do not have the benefit of a franchise to capitalise on the bumper new car sales and part-exchanges that a new plate brings.
CRASH-TESTING used cars is the latest development in the unofficial Japanese grey import market as tough new rules tighten-up on safety.
Although it has only previously been available in this country as a grey import, official UK sales are due to start in the spring.
and have a load of fun for yourmoney, then place an order for a grey import Big Ruckus.
OPTIMISM reigns in the grey import market as dealers who pulled out in the face of new regulations return to the fold.