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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
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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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We note that using exportability as a proxy for market competitiveness may suffer a sample selection problem as exporting firms may be more productive to begin with.
By adding transparency and further streamlining the FMS and exportability processes, government can help industry increase its responsiveness and flexibility.
Beyond DEF Pilot Program participation, PMs always have the option of pursuing defense exportability design and development efforts using funding obtained through ICPs, FMS, DCS, or BPC transactions to implement defense exportability features outside of the DEF Pilot Program.
Campaign groups Cardiff Stop the Arms Fair, Welsh Kurdish Activists and members of Cardiff Animal Rights were among those protesting against the Defence Procurement, Research, Technology and Exportability (DPRTE) event.
The court heard the incident occurred on March 28, when the Defence Procurement, Research, Technology and Exportability event was taking place at the Motorpoint Arena.
A new Defense Department initiative seeks to ensure that new munitions development efforts indude concurrent pursuit of designs for exportability. This is welcome and will be beneficial in the future, provided that the initiative remains adequately funded.
Pic's major handicap for exportability, however, is soap-operatic tenor that increasingly lends it the feel of a high-end telepic miniseries -- especially given a non-ending that might as well be flagged "to be continued...." Fest travel aside, prospects for international exposure look brightest on the small screen.
Here, also, the US Navy has reservations about exportability of this next-generation decoy, based on the nature of the IR material used and the new method of forming the "keeper" cloud.
Competitive disadvantages to computer communication providers, exportability, and international uses remain as murky issues.
The court heard the incident occurred on March 28 when the Defence Procurement, Research, Technology and Exportability event was taking place at the Motorpoint Arena.
The court previously heard the incident occurred on March 28 when the Defence Procurement, Research, Technology and Exportability event was taking place at the city's Motorpoint Arena.