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IMPORTS. Importations; as no state shall lay any duties on imports or exports. Const. U. S. Art. 1, s. 10; 7 How. U. S. Rep. 477.

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The overall imports of metal group, registered a decrease of 9.
The tea imports during July-November (2013-14) were recorded at $108.
The statistical report also noted that the lion's share of the imports came from 10 countries that exported goods worth SR249 billion, accounting for 62 percent of all imports to the Kingdom in 2010.
In stark contrast, sheet extruders have no fear of imports at all.
Strong Demand Raising Imports of Manufactured Products
Imports of beef and sheep meat into the UK fell in the first half of this year, but pork and poultry imports rose, Meat and Livestock Commission figures show.
The prevailing high domestic Indian price of rubber is another factor prompting companies to increase imports.
Last December, the ITC reached a ruling in favor of McWane and found that imports of DIWF had increased rapidly and caused both a market disruption and material injury to the domestic industry.
For these reasons, imports of paper and board and papermaking fiber to China are significant.
has slowed, although year-to-date steel imports are still ahead of 2001.
Imports have become the whipping boy for the problems that certain integrated producers are experiencing.
553 million tons, those imports are subject to a duty of about $88 a ton.