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China has fallen behind in its purchases of American agricultural products and energy imports.
The resulting production slowdown caused bottlenecks for all of sorts of imports.
The import reduction is due to three main factors, according to spirits industry veteran Adam Levy.Covid-19 and a trade war are a deadly mix for US liquor imports|Dan Kopf|August 21, 2020|Quartz
India’s smart move to tackle this dual problem was to launch a policy which could reduce the crude oil import along with handling the environmental crisis.How an Indian flight could run on biofuel—but India cannot|Monika Mandal|August 11, 2020|Quartz
The company also announced new initiatives to automate data imports into Google Ads.Google extends lead forms to YouTube, Discovery campaigns|Ginny Marvin|August 5, 2020|Search Engine Land
The import of those words resonated through my entire being.When Gary Wright Met George Harrison: Dream Weaver, John and Yoko, and More|Gary Wright|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
CEO Mark Thompson, a solidly-built, 6-foot-2 import from the BBC.Dean Baquet, the NYT’s Executive Editor, on Jill Abramson, Race, Surviving Cancer—and TMZ Envy|Lloyd Grove|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Is it possible that Zima might even make a comeback in the U.S.A, perhaps as some sort of exotic import?
How the Export-Import Bank” became a target “for Tea Party wrath is a little strange to me.
Earlier this year, a Long Island man admitted to trying to import 40,000 piranhas from Hong Kong.
When you next hear of, or see Philip Wharton, you will understand the import of your own words.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
I add nothing to the “Extremes,” import nothing from abroad in regard to them, invent nothing.Assimilative Memory|Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
Porson smoked many bundles of cheroots, which nabobs began to import.
The verb (—) in the Hebrew, when connected with the name of God in different other passages, has the same import.
If performed to God, it is, according to the import of the expression confessing to him, to Covenant.
British Dictionary definitions for import
- goods (visible imports) or services (invisible imports) that are bought from foreign countries
- (as modifier)an import licence