foreign imports, imports
Redundancies are words that unnecessarily repeat information. Because imports are goods from foreign countries, the modifier foreign in the familiar phrase foreign imports is redundant.
- Imports (not Foreign imports) slow sharply with a weaker domestic economy.
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