Vocabulary - Import and Export

Import/Export Vocabulary
Natural Resources
Verbs to describe trends in
Supply/Demand/Price
go up = rise = increase
go down = drop = fall
Goods
Cars
wheat
computers
Currency
US Dollar
Argentine Peso
Euro
Demand
Supply
Import
Import (v.)
E.g.: The U.S. imports oil from all
over the world.
Import (n.)
E.g.: The company's imports are
delivered by ship.
Importer (n.)
E.g.: The importer is responsible for insurance
coverage.
Importation (n.)
E.g.: There are restrictions on the importation
of foreign goods.
Export
Export (v.)
E.g.: Japan exports cars, electronic
devices and computers.
Export (n.)
E.g.: About 80 percent of China's exports
are manufactured goods.
Exporter (n.)
E.g. Our company is a leading exporter of
tea.
Exportation (n.)
E.g.: The new law prohibits the exportation of
tobacco products.
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