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import (something) from (some place)

To bring something from one country into another country. Did you really import this china from Denmark? I imported that jewelry from the UK to sell in my store—isn't it exquisite?
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import (something) from (some place) into (some place)

To bring something from one country into another country. Yes, I imported that jewelry from the UK into the US to sell in my store. Isn't it exquisite?
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import (something) into (some place)

To bring something from one country into another country. I imported that jewelry into the US to sell in my store—isn't it exquisite?
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import something (from something) (into something)

to buy and transport something from a foreign place into a country. We imported the carpets from the Orient into this country. They imported wine into this country from France. I imported this from Germany.
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ISLAMABAD -- The country's food imports dropped by 9.85 per cent to $4.7 billion in first 10 months of current fiscal year against the imports of $5.216 billion recorded during same period of the year 2017-18.
Meanwhile, in March 2019, phone imports in the country reached $79.049 million with an increase of 2.64pc as compared to $77.013 million imports in March 2018.
Pakistan imported mobile phones worth $755.545 million during July-June 2018-19 compared with the imports of $847.654 million during July-June 2017-18, according to the latest data released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).
According to State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), the total imports from China, however, witnessed negative growth of 11.43 percent during July-June (2018-19) when compared the imports of $11472.005 million during July-June (2017-18).
The analysis of the data suggests that all the groups including food group, machinery group, petroleum good, consumer durables and raw materials have witnessed hefty decline in imports during the outgoing fiscal year.
Islamabad -- The country's food imports dropped by 9.85% to $4.7 billion in first 10 months of current fiscal year against the imports of $5.216 billion recorded during same period of the year 2017-18.
ISLAMABAD: The country's food imports dropped by 9.85% to $4.7 billion in first 10 months of current fiscal year against the imports of $5.216 billion recorded during same period of the year 2017-18.
Data from the BAI showed that meat imports in January and February went up by 29.25 percent to 138,235.097 metric tons (MT), from 106,950.605 MT a year ago.
Of the total imports, 54.5 percent consists of finished products and 45.5 percent crude oil.
I S L A M A B A D -- Pakistan imported tea worth $347.305 million during the first seven months of the current fiscal year, showing growth of 2.15 percent when compared to the imports of $339.992 million during the corresponding period of last year.
KARACHI -- During the just concluded FY18, Pakistan's energy product imports share rose to 1/4th against 1/5th in FY17 because of rising global oil prices and the devaluation of the rupee.
KARACHI -- The share of energy products in Pakistan's total imports has soared to one-fourth in the fiscal year ended June 30, compared to one-fifth in the previous fiscal year, due to the increase in international oil prices and rupee depreciation.
ISLAMABAD -- The imports of palm oil into the country witnessed increase of 8.14 percent during the first eleven months of the fiscal year 2017-18 as compared to the imports of the corresponding period of previous year.
According to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, the country spent $12.9 billion on imports of petroleum group, which is 30.43 percent higher over a year ago.
Leads toward the passing from imports to domestic goods prices and hence domestic inflation/deflation.