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English definition of “duty drawback”

duty drawback

noun [C or U]     ( US also drawback)
TAX, COMMERCE tax paid on imported materials that is paid back when goods or products made with those materials are exported again: There is a duty drawback scheme for foreign inputs entering into production for export.
(Definition of duty drawback noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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