A document required and issued by some governments to allow the importation of goods into their countries. Français: Licence d’importation Español: Licencia de importación, permiso de importación
A permit granted by a countryâ€(tm)s authorities allowing the import of goods subject to licensing restrictions.
The license to import under an import quota or under exchange controls.
A certificate issued by countries exercising import controls that permits importation of the articles stated in the license and often authorizes and/or releases the funds in payment of the importation.
A certificate issued by a nation's government authorizing a company to import certain articles.
License required to import certain items into the U.S.
A permit issued by the importing country's authorities for goods that are subject to import licensing restrictions.
Importers in certain countries are required by their government or state bodies to obtain an import license, usually allocating foreign exchange to future payment obligations.
A document required and issued by some national governments authorizing the importation of goods.
An authorization by a government authority for the importation of goods that are subject to restriction. Also called an import permit.
A permit issued by the importing country's authorities in respect of goods subject to import licensing restrictions.
A document required and issued by certain foreign governments authorizing the import of merchandise into their countries.
A governmental document that permits the importation of a product or material into a country where such licenses are necessary.
A certificate issued by countries exercising import controls that permits importation of the articles stated in the license. The issuance of such a permit frequently is collected with the release of foreign exchange needed to pay for the shipment for which the import license has been requested.
An import license (or import permit) is an authorization by a competent authority for the importation of goods which are subject to restriction.
An import license is a document issued by a national government authorizing the importation of certain goods into its territory. Import licenses are considered to be non-tariff barriers to trade when used as a way to discriminate against another country's goods in order to protect a domestic industry from foreign competition.