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In economics, a product which was imported in the past but is currently produced within a country. Transplants are normally made either by foreign firms, or by domestic firms in association with foreign suppliers. They are common, for example, in the car industry, with US and European firms producing in Brazil and other less developed countries, and Japanese firms producing in the US and Europe.

Subjects: Economics.

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