entrepot

[n] - a port where merchandise can be imported and re-exported without paying import duties
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Entrepôt

En`tre·pôt' noun [ French] A warehouse; a magazine for depositing goods, stores, etc.; a mart or place where merchandise is deposited; as, an entrepôt for shipping goods in transit.
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entrepot

transshipment center noun a port where merchandise can be imported and then exported without paying import duties; `Bahrain has been an entrepot of trade between Arabia and India since the second millennium BC`
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Entrepot

• (n.) A warehouse; a magazine for depositing goods, stores, etc.; a mart or place where merchandise is deposited; as, an entrepot for shipping goods in transit.
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entrepôt

(from the article `Hong Kong`) ...Kong depends on imports for virtually all of its requirements, including raw materials, food and other consumer goods, capital goods, and fuel. ... ...and transport equipment and crude petroleum, while machinery and refined petroleum products are the major exports. The United States, Malaysia, ... [2...
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Entrepot

An entrepot is a port where foreign merchandise which cannot enter the interior of a country is deposited in magazines under the surveillance of the customhouse officers until it is re-exported; the term is also used to describe any place where goods are sent to be distributed wherever customers are found.
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entrepot

A port of other place which acts as a centre for import and export.
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Entrepôt

An entrepôt is a trading post where merchandise can be imported and exported without paying import duties, often at a profit. To illustrate, the reluctance of ships to travel the entire length of a long trading route made them more willing to sell to an entrepôt instead. The entrepôt then sells the goods at a higher price to ships travelling th...
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entrepot

a warehouse, particularly for international trade
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