of import


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Synonyms for of import

of great significance or value

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2013): Percentage Breakdown of Import Value by Country of
The values of exports and imports grew rapidly and at about the same rate, but net exports fell because die initial value of imports was somewhat higher than the initial value of exports.
significant levels of imports or import market share;
Breakdown of Imports by Region/Country - European Union,
The improvement reflected continued rapid growth in merchandise exports, coupled with significant slowing of the growth of imports from the pace recorded in recent years.
Early in the year, the deficit narrowed somewhat when a drop in oil prices lowered the value of imports.
There was also a substantial rise in the average price of imports from Bangladesh.
Plywood (2001 & 2002): Breakdown of Imports (in Cubic
The increase in the value of exports was almost matched by the increase in the value of imports (table 2).
The average prices of imports from China, Vietnam, India and Mexico the USA's four largest suppliers, respectively all fell, as did the average prices of imports from Cambodia, Pakistan and Thailand.
This pattern resulted in part from special factors: The dollar's appreciation held down the increase in the value of imports in the first half of the year, and the strike at Boeing reduced exports in the fourth quarter.
By contrast, there were falls in the average prices of imports from Vietnam and India--the USA's second and third largest suppliers of textiles and apparel respectively.
Among these, the average price of imports from Vietnam rose by a significant 49%.
By contrast, there were falls in the average prices of imports from Vietnam and India -- the USA's second and third largest suppliers of textiles and apparel respectively.