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TAX used to describe goods that have been imported and are being kept in a bonded warehouse until tax has been paid: »

They will be required to pay the duties upon their goods in bond.

See also ACTIVE BOND(Cf. ↑active bond), APPEAL BOND(Cf. ↑appeal bond), BABY BOND(Cf. ↑baby bond), BAIL BOND(Cf. ↑bail bond), BEARER BOND(Cf. ↑bearer bond), BELLWETHER BOND(Cf. ↑bellwether bond), BID BOND(Cf. ↑bid bond), BULLDOG BOND(Cf. ↑bulldog bond), CALLABLE BOND(Cf. ↑callable bond), CALLED BOND(Cf. ↑called bond), COMMERCIAL BLANKET BOND(Cf. ↑commercial blanket bond), COMPLETION BOND(Cf. ↑completion bond), CONTRACT BOND(Cf. ↑contract bond), CONVERTIBLE BOND(Cf. ↑convertible bond), CORPORATE BOND(Cf. ↑corporate bond), CUSTOMS BOND(Cf. ↑customs bond), DEBENTURE BOND(Cf. ↑debenture bond), EUROBOND(Cf. ↑Eurobond), FIDELITY BOND(Cf. ↑fidelity bond), FOREIGN BOND(Cf. ↑foreign bond), GOVERNMENT BOND(Cf. ↑government bond), GUARANTEED BOND(Cf. ↑guaranteed bond), GUARANTEED INCOME BOND(Cf. ↑guaranteed income bond), INCOME BOND(Cf. ↑income bond), INDEMNITY BOND(Cf. ↑indemnity bond), INDEXED BOND(Cf. ↑indexed bond), JUDICIAL BOND(Cf. ↑judicial bond), JUNK BOND(Cf. ↑junk bond), MORTGAGE BOND(Cf. ↑mortgage bond), MUNICIPAL BOND(Cf. ↑municipal bond), PAR BOND(Cf. ↑par bond), PERFORMANCE BOND(Cf. ↑performance bond), REFUNDING BONDS(Cf. ↑refunding bonds), REGISTERED BOND(Cf. ↑registered bond), SAMURAI BOND(Cf. ↑samurai bond), SAVINGS BOND(Cf. ↑savings bond), SERIAL BONDS(Cf. ↑serial bonds), STERLING BOND(Cf. ↑sterling bond), SUBORDINATED BOND(Cf. ↑subordinated bond), SUPER SINKER BOND(Cf. ↑super sinker bond), SURETY BOND(Cf. ↑surety bond), SUSHI BOND(Cf. ↑sushi bond), TREASURY BOND(Cf. ↑Treasury bond), YANKEE BOND(Cf. ↑Yankee bond), YEARLING BOND(Cf. ↑yearling bond), ZERO COUPON BOND(Cf. ↑zero coupon bond)
Main Entry: bond

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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