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(also reexport) uk   us   COMMERCE
[C, usually plural] an ​importedproduct that is then ​exported by the ​importing country: Domestic ​exportsdropped by 42%, while re-exports ​fell by 16%.
[U] the ​process of ​exportinggoods that were previously ​imported into a country: The ​factoriesimportmaterials or ​parts to make ​goods for re-export.

re-exportverb [T]

(also reexport) uk   us   COMMERCE
to ​exportgoods that were previously ​imported into a country: Hong Kong ​tradingfirmsplay a ​major role in ​sourcing and re-exporting ​footwearproduced in the Chinese ​mainland.
noun [U]
Drug ​companies are considering ​refusing to ​selldrugs to countries that ​allow re-exportation.
(Definition of re-export from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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