The UK did not import any countries.
import are things sent to that country exports are things sent to another country
An import is the trade that a country takes in from other countries, where areas are an export is the trade that a country would trade from their country to another country.
Your answer depends on the quantity of diamonds you want to import, the country in Africa from which you want to import the stones, the country into which you want to import the stones and the duty regulations involved.
Export is to send goods out of the country. Import is to bring goods into the country.
they import to mahfuz country
An import quota is a limit on the amount of goods that can ENTER a country.
Spain was the first country to import enslaved Africans to the Americas :)
import is something which is brought into a country over an international boundary, while an export is something which is shipped out of a country over an international boundary.
An import is something our country wants, and pays another country to ship in. An export is something another country wants, and pays our country to ship out.
Import tax is the government tax you must pay on goods imported into your country from outside of your economic area. Import tax allowance is the limit of the value of items you can import without having to pay any import tax. This means that low value items can be imported tax-free. The import tax allowance varies from country to country
Cars that are considered import cars are cars that have been shipped from another country to your country. Some really fast cars are also considered import cars, because they have import parts.