semimanufacture

semimanufacture

(ˌsɛmɪˌmænjʊˈfæktʃə)
n
a product which forms an intermediate stage in the manufacture of another, often more complex product
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Republic of Korea: The Republic of Korea, like Japan, China (Taiwan Province) and Thailand, has no copper mines, but has built up a modern copper semimanufacture industry during the last 20 years.
In general the unified EC market will thus make greater demands on copper semimanufacture suppliers, who must be able to provide customized products and services.
Mexico already has an important copper semimanufacture industry representing more than 50% of its mine production (243,000 tons) and about 90% of its refined production.
Copper semimanufactures: untapped market opportunities
Imports--$1.502 billion: food, petroleum products, semimanufactures, consumer goods, transportation equipment.
Drying the semimanufactures of ceramics, defects are discovered in them, because free water between the particles of clay is drifting away; the particles of clay move closer to each other, and the dimensions of the product decrease.
2003) have shown how the properties of semimanufactures of ceramics depend on the moisture of substance and drying time.
2006) it has been shown, how drying temperature of the ceramic semimanufactures influences the quality of the final product.
Imports--$1.654 billion: food, petroleum products, semimanufactures, consumer goods, transportation equipment.
Primary commodities and semimanufactures which include hosiery and bedwear formed 40 per cent of total exports in 1991-92.
Imports--$1.066 billion: food, petroleum products, semimanufactures, consumer goods, transportation equipment.