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Competitive imports The term 'Competitive imports ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A term used by the Economic Research Service in its reporting of agricultural trade statistics to describe imports that are similar to and therefore competitive (in contrast to non-competitive) with those produced in the United States. Examples are beef, wheat, cotton, and sugar'.
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