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An '''import license''' is a document issued by a national government authorizing the importation of certain goods into its territory. Import licenses are considered to be [[non-tariff barriers to trade]] when used as a way to discriminate against another country's goods in order to protect a domestic industry from foreign competition.
 
Each license specifies the volume of imports allowed, and the total volume allowed should not exceed the [[Import quota|quota]]. Licenses can be sold to importing companies at a competitive price, or simply a set fee. However, it is argued that this allocation methodsmethod provides incentives for political lobbying and bribery. Government​Governments may put certain restrictions on what is imported as well as the amount of imported goods and services. For example, if a business wishes to import agricultural products such as vegetables, then the government may be concerned about the impact of such importations of the local market and thus impose a restriction.
 
==Système Intégré de Gestion de Licenses==
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