"Importerar ni kaffe?"
Translation:Do you import coffee?
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You likely are not facing this question anymore since this is 2 years ago, but for others (and possibly you) still wondering: Du means singular "you". You would use it when talking to one person. Example: "Du ser mig" Ni also means "you", but plural. You would use this when talking to multiple people to address them. Example: "Ni ser mig" AFAIK, both should work in this sentence.
You can construct questions that way in Swedish too, it's especially common in the spoken language. Ni importerar kaffe? If intonation isn't enough, one can add så: Så ni importerar kaffe?
The Swedish sentence here shows that it is a question not by using an auxiliary like the English does, but by word order. So the sentence above is unambiguously a question in Swedish.