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 is a refund of duties paid upon certain imported goods that are manufactured and re-exported, never used within the United States and re-exported, or never used within the United States and destroyed under CBP supervision.
One of the two variants of the inward processing procedure under which the import duties are paid at release for free circulation and refunded when the processed products or the goods in the unaltered state are re-exported. Many free-trade agreements don't allow drawback if a preferential proof of origin is issued.
The refund of duties paid on imported goods, provided at the time of their re-exportation. See duty. Français: Remboursement Español: Reintegro de los derechos de aduana, devolución de los derechos de importación
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.
A refund of 99 percent of duties (and taxes) paid on imported merchandise which is immediately exported, subjected to manufacture or production and then exported,, or destroyed in the same condition as it was imported.
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
A part of the mold, made of green sand, which may be drawn back to clear overhanging portions of the pattern. It is rammed up on a plate or arbor so that it can be lifted away. See Arbor, Mold, Pattern, Ramming.
the process by which a thrower moves a TurboJav or Javelin from a “carrying” position to a position whereby the implement is “cocked” in preparation for the throw. Like the “carry” the implement must be level and the point facing forward.