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drawback

Economics a refund of customs or excise duty paid on goods that are being exported or used in the production of manufactured exports
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The drawback to a virtualized approach is that it adds some complexity to the deployment.
He said that 1% drawback would be available on eligible product lines of processed fabrics category, 2% eligible products of made-ups category and 4% drawback would be available to eligible products of garments category.
DRAWBACKS Main course could have done with some gravy.
In the qualitative sections of the survey, participants were asked to report their perceptions of the benefits and drawbacks of engaging in each risky driving behavior using open-ended responses.
The drawback with this system, Park said, is that the first shut-off valve does not completely separate or "decouple" the functions of plasticating and injection.
Further tweaking will address a couple of potential drawbacks to the approach.
To start with, all previous drawbacks from conventional non peer-to-peer sharing would be still there, unsolved.
funded fumigation efforts against coca farms in Colombia, including costs and some of the drawbacks.
Two very different alternatives--the first a tenant-in-common structure and the second a trust structure--have been blessed by the IRS, and each has its benefits and drawbacks.
However, peroxide curing is said to have some major drawbacks such as process stability, odor, color and toxicity issues; and resol resins technology is said to suffer from moisture uptake and color issues.
Hubbard says the only drawbacks she can see for including glass in a municipal recycling program would be if a market does not exist for the bottles and if they are collected or handled in a way that would render them useless.