Definition of re-export in English:

re-export

Syllabification: re-ex·port
Pronunciation: /rē-ˈekˌspôrt, rē-ekˈspôrt
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Export (imported goods), typically after they have undergone further processing or manufacture.
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    • Irish and British prices were the lowest and this tempted outside traders into re-exporting cheap goods into high-price markets.
    • However, Amnesty criticised the department for not looking at the bigger picture and investigating whether the goods were re-exported after being sent to Scotland.
    • Isn't it just a mishmash of cultures being re-exported after being processed and packaged in the US?

noun

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  • 1The action of re-exporting something.
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    • Hong Kong's re-export trade was also vulnerable to any weakness in China's exports, he said.
    • ‘We are trying to identify storage facilities for tea in Dubai which could be a regional hub for re-export to the CIS states and to Europe,’ chairman of the Tea Board, NK Das has said.
    • Imports of raw sugar to India, the world's second largest sugar producer, are likely to gallop up to three million tonne over the next year for re-export after refining, analysts said on Saturday.
  • 1.1A thing that has or will be re-exported.
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    • Hong Kong's re-exports, which account for about 90 per cent of the territory's exports, rose 16.8 per cent to HK $155.5 billion in May, compared with the 20.1 per cent growth the previous month.
    • Total exports increased by 18.2 per cent to HK $168.3 billion year on year with re-exports increasing 19 per cent to HK $157.2 billion, the government said.
    • The value of exports last month soared 20.9 per cent year on year to HK $182.7 billion, while re-exports increased 22.4 per cent to HK $170.7 billion.

Derivatives

re-exportation

Pronunciation: /ˌrē-ˌekspôrˈtāSHən/
noun
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  • In this instance, the Canadian government would ban re-exportation to the United States, and the reimportation issue would become moot.
  • Callum Rankine, a WWF international species specialist, said: ‘Either demand is particularly high in Scotland or, more likely, Edinburgh is being used as a base for re-exportation into Europe and the rest of the UK.’
  • If Western food aid results in massive theft, corruption, and re-exportation, can you imagine what kleptomaniac dictators could do with expensive HIV medicine?

re-exporter

noun
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  • The remainder is paid by importers, who are the reverse side of the trade balance that the member refers to, and by re-exporters.
  • I think we also need to understand that China is also a major re-exporter, so it depends on their access to world markets as to whether or not they can actually dispose of that wool throughout those markets.

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