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to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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The amount comes to slightly above one third of the total import goods import bill for the period.
750 million imported for domestic consumption as compared the import of 44,449 metric tons worth of US$ 54.
Also Pakistan not only imports for domestic consumption but a reasonable portion of the imports go to investment in industries in the form of imported capital equipment and machinery and also the imported intermediate goods which are value added and are exported.
The situation, according to market observers, called for other import sources instead of depending on 10 countries for all supplies.
Import pressure is just beginning to be felt in window profiles.
Tire companies now propose to import 35,000 mt of rubber by September, compared to earlier plans to import 26,500 mt during the April-August period, industry sources said.
On March 3, President Bush determined that the International Trade Commission's (ITC) Section 421 investigation conclusions regarding import relief for cast ductile iron waterworks fittings (DIWF) from China were not in the national economic interest of the U.
importers may be unaware that, depending on how such royalty and import agreements are structured, the duty basis of imported goods might be increased inadvertently if the royalty is deemed a "condition of sale.
The European Union will ask the World Trade Organization to decide whether its banana import rules are unfair in an effort to avoid 100 percent tariffs on EU exports the United States is expected to list as early as today.
However, the increased import and export opportunities have exposed more companies to customs penalties.
He got labels of the 60 brands he planned to import, attached a check for the registration costs of each--about $10-$20 per label--and filed the appropriate forms with the state and federal government.
In contrast, import growth sagged in the second half of the year as a result of developments in the U.