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Meaning of "import licence" - Business English Dictionary

import licence

noun [C] ( US import license)
 
 
( also import permit) COMMERCE, LAW
an official document from the government that allows a person or a company to bring certain types of goods into a country: Petroleum products are imported under import licences attributed exclusively to a public company.
(Definition of import licence from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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