quota-free

quota-free
quota-free UK US adjective, adverb COMMERCE
without any limit on the amount of particular goods that can be imported or exported: »

Caribbean nations can export clothing products quota-free and duty-free to the US if they are made from US fabric.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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