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export

a. goods (visible exports) or services (invisible exports) sold to a foreign country or countries
b. (as modifier): an export licence

export

To save a copy of the current open document, database, image or video into a file format required by a different application. Applications may export to a variety of popular formats. The Save As command in a program gives you access to the export filters in a program. Contrast with import. See foreign format, graphics formats, data conversion and Save As.
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Malaysia is the major destination of the Philippines' natural rubber exports.
On the other hand, the exports of gems increased from $0.
Food products, electronics and petrochemicals were the leading export from Dubai, together constituting 95 per cent of the net exports.
Infrastructure contracts: Government contractors that have been awarded infrastructure contracts should consider whether their contracts qualify for export tax incentives.
So next time, maybe we'll see a more appropriately entitled article: "Why Johnny and Jane Can Export.
Both sets of regulations are functionally identical in their definition of the deemed export of non-proprietary information.
By 2010, China hopes to export cars and components worth $70 to $100 billion per year.
Martin Kleiweg de Zwaan, chairman of the Dutch Recycling Federation and president of the European Recovered Paper Association, commented to PPI Asia News in April that China currently purchases about 75 percent of Europe's recovered paper exports, some 3 million metric tons per year.
export controls on "dual-use" goods and technologies.
In film, video, photography, and performance, Export treats the (female) body as a bearer of signs and information, revealing it as a surface of projection.