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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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824 million by exporting different chemicals and pharmaceutical products as compared the exports of US$ 470.
Overall food group exports from the country during the period under review witnessed growth of 16.
Malaysia is the major destination of the Philippines' natural rubber exports.
As per figures, on month-on-month basis, the exports of jewellery and gems increased by 67.
Accordingly, this year's first quarter provisional exports totalled $ 2.
Of the 42 export transactions facilitated by Dubai Exports during the year, 35 per cent were new deals while new exporters won 50 per cent of the deals.
embassies, for example, may be qualified exports, even though for legal purposes an embassy is U.
I not only know how to export, but I also enable countless other small businesses the opportunity to compete--and thrive--in the global marketplace.
The two federal agencies that administer most of the regulations by which deemed exports are controlled are BIS and the Department of State's Office of Defense Trade Controls (ODTC).
Mercosul now makes up a tiny 1% of world furniture exports, of which Brazil holds the lion's share.
In April, Deputy Commerce Minister Wei Jianguo outlined a short-term target to increase automobile and component exports to within a range of $15 billion to $20 billion in 2005.
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.