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From Longman Business Dictionaryre-exportre-ˈexport nounCOMMERCE1re-exports [plural] goods that have been imported into a country and are then exportedNearly 58% of Hong Kong’s total exports consisted of re-exports from China.2[uncountable] the action of exporting goods that have been importedExports were taken from India to England, often for re-export to the rest of the world.re-export verb [transitive]They import cloth and re-export it as garments.
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