draw back

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İngilizce - Türkçe
geri çekmek
geri çekil
yerine getirmemek
geri kalmak
gerilemek
çekilmek
geri çekilmek; geri çekmek
kaçınmak
kaçmak
geri almak
drawback
{i} engel
drawback
eksiklik
drawback
sorun
drawback
{i} sakınca, mahzur, dezavantaj
drawback
zorluk
drawback
hasar
drawback
(Ticaret) gümrük resmi iadesi
drawback
(Ticaret) geri çekme
drawback
(Ticaret) reddi rüsum
drawback
gümrük vergi iadesi
drawback
dezavantaj

Bu metodun avantajları ve dezavantajları nelerdir? - What are the advantages and drawbacks of this method?

drawback
güçlük
drawback
{i} vergi iadesi
drawback
{i} ihraç primi
drawback
{i} sakınca

Bu makale hem askeri harcamaları azaltmanın sakıncalarını hem de faydalarını analiz eder. - This article analyzes both the benefits and the drawbacks of reducing military spending.

İngilizce - İngilizce
to retreat from a position
to move backwards
to withdraw from an undertaking
to pull something back or apart
use a surgical instrument to hold open (the edges of a wound or an organ)
pull back or move away or backward; "The enemy withdrew"; "The limo pulled away from the curb"
recoil, withdraw, retreat
drawback
A partial refund of an import fee, as when goods are re-exported from the country that collected the fee
drawback
{n} money paid back on exportation
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This feature of US Customs law permits a refund of 99% of the duty paid for articles manufactured or produced in the United States with the use of imported merchandise and are later exported
drawback
a discouragement or hindrance; objectionable feature
drawback
Drawback is a rebate by a government, in whole or in part, of customs duties assessed on imported merchandise that is subsequently exported Drawback regulations and procedures vary among countries » Back to top of screen
drawback
A drawback is an aspect of something or someone that makes them less acceptable than they would otherwise be. He felt the apartment's only drawback was that it was too small. = disadvantage. a disadvantage of a situation, plan, product etc
drawback
Repayment of any part of customs or excise duties previously collected on imported goods, when those goods are exported again
drawback
This is a partial or full refund of duties paid on goods put to a certain use, as specified in the Customs regulations (D7 Series)
drawback
Articles manufactured or produced in the host country with the use of imported components or raw materials and later exported are entitled to a refund of up to 99% of all ordinary Customs duties and taxes charged on the imported components The refund of duty is known as "drawback " A number of types of drawback are available including same condition drawback, substitution drawback and manufacturing drawback
drawback
{i} disadvantage; difficulty; restitution; refund of tax on merchandise that is exported later on
drawback
Money paid back or remitted; especially, a certain amount of duties or customs, sometimes the whole, and sometimes only a part, remitted or paid back by the government, on the exportation of the commodities on which they were levied
drawback
The reimbursement of the tariff paid on an imported component that is later exported When a component is imported into the United States, a tariff is levied on it and paid by the importer If that component is later exported, the exporter is entitled to get a refund of the tariff amount from U S Customs
drawback
A loss of advantage, or deduction from profit, value, success, etc
drawback
A partial refund of duties paid on importation of goods which are further processed and then re-exported, or exported in same condition as imported
drawback
A government rebate, in whole or in part, of customs duties assessed on imported goods that are subsequently exported as raw materials or components Drawback regulations and procedures vary among countries (See the Import Section in the WORLDLINK Import/Export Customer Handbook )
drawback
The repayment, up to 99%, of customs duties paid on merchandise which later is exported, as part of a finished product, is known as a drawback It refers also to a refund of a domestic tax which has been paid, upon exportation of imported merchandise
drawback
the quality of being a hindrance; "he pointed out all the drawbacks to my plan"
drawback
The ability to be reimbursed for some or all of the duties paid on imported merchandise at the time of re-exportation
drawback
Articles manufactured or produced in the United States with the use of imported components or raw material ans later exported are entitled to a refund of up to 99% of the duty charged on the imported components The refund of duty is known as drawback
drawback
Import duties and taxes refunded by a government, in whole or in part, when the imported goods are re-exported or used in the manufacture of exported goods
drawback
A disadvantage; something that detracts or takes away
drawback
A practice authorized by the U S Customs Service that allows an exporter to obtain a refund for up to 99 percent of any duties and fees paid on an imported good that is re exported or used in the manufacture of exported goods An exporter is eligible for drawback if (1) the product was made within 3 years of the date the components were imported; (2) the product was exported within 2 years of manufacture; and (3) documents were received by the U S Customs Service within 3 years of the date the product was exported
drawback
the quality of being a hindrance; "he pointed out all the drawbacks to my plan
drawback
A refund of duties paid on imported goods which is provided at the time of their re-exportation
drawback
Refund of customs duties paid on material imported and later exported The refund is 99% when exported within three years (USA)
drawback
Articles manufactured or produced in the United States with the use of imported components or raw materials and later exported are entitled to a refund of up to 99 percent of the duty charged on the imported components The refund of duty is known as a drawback
drawback
A refund of duties paid on imported goods at the time of their re-exportation
drawback
A drawback occurs where excise duty has been paid and the goods have been exported and the client is entitled to a refund of that amount of excise duty paid
drawback
a refund of up to 99% of the duty charged on imported components in articles manufactured or produced in the United States with the use of imported components or raw materials and later exported
drawback
A process by which a U S exporter can receive a return of duties which were paid upon importation of merchandise at the time of, and by reason of, the export A number of types of drawback are available including same-condition drawback, substitution drawback and manufacturing drawback
drawback
The repayment of customs duties paid on merchandise that later is exported either "as is" or as part of a finished product
drawback
The drawback regime provides a mechanism for refunding import duties on products destined for export Duties and some taxes on imports that are directly used in exports are rebated under drawback, including tariffs and the value-added tax (VAT) of 21 percent To benefit from the drawback system, the imported goods must be substantially transformed or directly used in the production of export goods
drawback
A refund of duties paid on imported goods which are substantially further processed and re-exported
draw back