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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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This in turn reflects positively on the UAE's foreign exports and contributes to achieving the vision and strategies for diversifying sources of national income."
They should ask the businessmen and women from the television programme Dragon's Den to assess the merits of these ideas and back financially the ones they see as likely to succeed, not only at home but also for foreign exports.
It has become, despite a population less than half the size of Britain's, an industrial and technological giant with over $150 billion of foreign exports each year.
Fred Hochberg, the bank's chairman and president, says the bank only finances foreign exports that create jobs in the U.S.
Inflation threatens to skyrocket and there are barely any foreign exports. In addition, foreign interests, strictly focused on counterterrorism and stability, militate against the emergence of a political order that is democratic, accountable, and representative.
It is also worth noting that the weakness of Sterling, often seen as a bad thing, is working in our favour by making foreign exports cheaper.
But now with the end of JV, Hero group is actively looking to further their foreign exports market and according to a The Economic Times report, has formed a 12-member team to chalk out strategies to boost two-wheeler exports.
According to the Custom's statistical methodology, "the re-exportation, i.e., of reprocessed imports" are considered to be foreign exports and are thus registered as exports of the Republic of Armenia." When this explanation failed to clarify the situation, we decided to publish the contradictory responses-and then we added that Armenia neither exported bananas or banana oil to the Bahamas, a fact we'd learned from World Bank reports of products traded by countries.
Table--1 Indonesia's economic indicators (US$ million) Year Total debt GDP on Foreign Exports of current exchange goods prices reserves and services 2006 132,633 369,351 42,586 122,493 2007 141,180 438,329 56,920 140,772 2008 155,080 515,557 51,639 165,796 2009 172,871 544,350 66,105 141,963 2010 202,413 713,705 96,207 184,301 2011 210,080 746,257 105,709 195,654 *) *) estimate based on data until March 2011 Source: Bank Indonesia Table--2 Indonesia's foreign debt ratios and DSR Year Debt to GDP Debt to Export Debt Service Ratio Ratio Ratio *) 2006 35.9% 108.3% 25.0% 2007 32.2% 100.3% 19.4% 2008 30.1% 93.5% 18.1% 2009 31.8% 121.8% 23.2% 2010 28.4% 109.8% 22.2% QI 2011 28.2% 107.4% 17.0% Note: Debt to Export Ratio: Ratio of total foreign debts to export earning of a country.
Germany is turning part of its foreign exports away from other countries in the Eurozone and towards Asia.
Other economists believe wages in China have been too low for too long and higher wages will actually boost long-term growth, by fostering domestic demand rather than forcing China to rely on foreign exports.
Nearly 19 training and specialty workshops with the attendance of local and foreign exports will be held simultaneously with the seminar running for a week.

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