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Synonyms for export

sell abroad


foreign trade


Synonyms for export

commodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign country

sell or transfer abroad

transfer (electronic data) out of a database or document in a format that can be used by other programs

cause to spread in another part of the world

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The quality of military production for the Russian army and foreign exports is causing justified concern from clients, added Industry Minister Viktor Khristenko, speaking at a meeting on the issue and quoted by Interfax.
But Ireland's Christmas tree-growing industry has warned a fall in growers and booming foreign exports mean up to a quarter of a million families will be unable to find real trees this year.
The flower industry in the state fetches almost three billion rupees per annum from foreign exports.
Benitez's rotation policy wouldn't let Barry settle in and he certainly wouldn't grant him the responsibility he has at Villa over the likes of Gerrard and other foreign exports.
The order from Georgia is the latest in a long line of foreign exports for the 60-year-old Coventry firm.
The liberalisation of trade provides an overall expansion of foreign exports even though it results in significant increases in foreign imports, deterioration in the terms of trade and the worsening of inter-regional trade.
firms depend on foreign exports for their financial health, but the Pentagon also benefits in many cases from non-U.
They account for 80% of foreign exports in Zambia and 45% in Zimbabwe.
Withdrawal of subsidies on exports by foreign exporters would increase the prices of their exports, which, would, in turn, encourage Pakistani exports to substitute for the high priced foreign exports.
Their attention to the historical context of consumption serves as a useful reminder to scholars who measure consumer behavior based on income distribution, industrial growth rate, and foreign exports.
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