. entrepot (n.) "warehouse," 1758, from French entrepôt (16c.), from Latin interpositum "that which is placed between," neuter past participle of interponere "to place between" (see interposition). in·ter·po·si·tion /ˌin(t)ərpəˈziSH(ə)n/ noun The action of interposing someone or something. .. "the interposition of members between tiers of management" Interference or intervention... "he owed the preservation of his throne to the miraculous interposition of a stranger who suddenly appeared in his realm" Interposition is also a visual signal that an object is closer than the ones behind it because the closer object covers part of the farther object. For example, you know that your keyboard is closer than your desk because you see the desk around the keyboard... What does interposing mean? To place between; cause to intervene: To interpose an opaque body between a light and the eye. To put (a barrier, obstacle, etc.) between or in the way of. To put in (a remark, question, etc.) the midst of a conversation, discourse, or the like. To bring (influence, action, etc.) to bear between parties, or on behalf of a party or person. What is interposition in psychology? Interposition is a monocular cue that occurs when one object obscures another, which causes the object that is partially covered to appear more distant. What is the other name for entrepot? noun. Synonyms. treasure house, railhead, garner, magazine, depot, storehouse, granary storage, dump, warehouse, deposit, storage, warehouse, powder magazine, depositary, repository, store, powder store, depository. _______________________________ Entre-port Trade means such trade in case of which imported goods could be exported to a third country after minimum value addition at 5% without changing quality, quantity or shape and without allowing the said goods to be brought out side the port area but can be carried, with the permission of the Ministry of Commerce, from one port to another port for the purpose of exports... ("could be exported"... this speaks between the lines of private motive(purpose) for equally free trade arrangment...) What is meant by entry port trade? entrepôt trade; a form of INTERNATIONAL TRADE, mainly confined to COMMODITIES such as tin and tea, where goods are temporarily imported into a country and then subsequently re-exported to other countries as part of a complex chain of physical distribution and financing deals. See FREEPORT. At a freeport, imports can enter with simplified customs documentation and without paying tariffs. Businesses operating inside designated areas in and around the port can manufacture goods using the imports and add value, before exporting again without ever facing the full tariffs or procedures. Freeports are a special kind of port where normal tax and customs rules do not apply. These can be airports as well as maritime ports. _______________________________ Do I have you thinking now...? Is the Federal address a "maritime port"...?

Posted by El Hotepsekhemwy Pero at 2020-09-25 23:13:48 UTC