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    • Re-exporting
    • Re-exports
    • Transshipments
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    • found: Work cat.: U.S. Cong. House. Comm. on Foreign Affairs. Subcomm. on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade. Transshipment and diversion : are U.S. trading partners doing enough ... 2010:t.p. (transshipment) p. 2 (trade volumes at major transshipment ports ... shipment of diverted goods)
    • found: Glossary of shipping terms [ER] 2008:transship (to transfer goods from one transportation line to another, or from one ship to another)
    • found: Balancing the national interest [ER] : U.S. national security export controls ... 1987:PDF file, p. 284 (transshipment: the transfer, by a series of separately documented shipments, of controlled products through one or more countries en route to a final destination that may be a proscribed country. Initially, the final destination--and in later transactions, the country of origin--are concealed to avoid export or reexport prohibitions.)
    • found: Informed Trade International web site, June 21, 2011:menu selections: Logistics, Transshipment (Transshipment is the act of shipping goods to an intermediate destination prior to reaching their ultimate end-use. Transshipment is a common practice with logistic benefits, but can be used to illegitimately to disguise country of origin or intent of the goods)
    • found: Andriamananjara, S. Transshipment in the United States [ER] 2004, uncataloged work accessed from the U.S. International Trade Commission web site, June 21, 2011:PDF file, p. 1 (terms transshipments and re-exports, or transshipment and re-exporting used interchangeably)
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    • 2011-06-22: new
    • 2011-09-03: revised
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