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English definition of “re-export”

re-export

noun ( also reexport)
 
 
COMMERCE
[C, usually plural] an imported product that is then exported by the importing country: Domestic exports dropped by 42%, while re-exports fell by 16%.
[U] the process of exporting goods that were previously imported into a country: The factories import materials or parts to make goods for re-export.
(Definition of re-export noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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