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Outward processing:
a procedure whereby a company based in one country exports material to another country for additional processing, and then reimports the processed products for further treatment, for domestic distribution, or for re-export. The most common form of outward processing involves the exporting of fabric from a high cost country to a low cost country for assembly or part-assembly into garments.
Last referenced in: Prospects for the textile and clothing industry in China (Textile Outlook International Issue 168)

a plain-weave shirting of good quality yarns that has two warp ends weaving as one.
Last referenced in: Developments in medical textiles, 3rd quarter 2007 (Technical Textile Markets Issue 70)