|NOUN || a free port | free ports |
|SYNO ||free port | free zone|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- To join a device to a network, a user simply plugged the adaptor into the machine, then connected a cable from it to any free port on any other adaptor.
- If either of these ports are already in use, the port number is incremented until the number of a free port is found for use.
- The city was a free port before Spain joined the European Union in 1986.
- The Swedish colony of Saint Barthélemy (1784–1878) was operated as a "porto franco" (free port).
- Products may sometimes be imported into a free economic zone (or 'free port'), processed there, then re-exported without being subject to tariffs or duties.
- From 1819 to 1858, Odesa was a free port. During the Soviet period, it was an important trading port and a naval base.
- This also applies to shipments that are transported out of a free port.
- Occupied by the Russians on 28 August 1878, the town was declared a free port until 1886.
- The city's port, the Port of Thessaloniki, is one of the largest ports in the Aegean and as a free port, it functions as a major gateway to the Balkan hinterland.
- Key ports are located in Riga (Freeport of Riga and Riga Passenger Terminal), Ventspils (Free port of Ventspils), and Liepāja (Port of Liepāja).
- The existence of the oblast's ice-free port and proximity to the European Union are economic advantages.
- of Texas for a free port project on the old buccaneer stronghold of Tortuga island located some [...] off the north coast of the main Haitian island of Hispaniola.
- The government has also established a free port area, which provides the following benefits: contribution to economic diversification by providing a window for free trade as well as stimulating the establishment of support services; administration of a regime that imports, exports, and warehouses general merchandise; adequate storage facilities and other infrastructure to cater for effective operation of trade; and creation of an efficient management system for effective re-exportation of goods.
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