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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 main exports were from miscellaneous food preparations, mainly powdered concentrates ($259 million), alcoholic beverages ($81 million) and cereal preparations ($75 million).
As per figures, on month-on-month basis, the exports of jewellery and gems increased by 67.
Meanwhile, Europe remained the main export market for plastics from the emirate with a share of 89 per cent while 92 per cent of the construction exports went to GCC countries.
Under these circumstances, this contract would be eligible for export tax benefits.
Violations involving national security controls may also result in civil penalties of up to $1 million per offense and the denial of export privileges, plus criminal penalties of up to five years in prison.
Widespread foreign involvement across the whole range of China's vehicle industry means that considerable potential exists to develop the auto parts industry for export.
During the same quarter, exports to other Asian countries were off significantly from the year prior.
The Federation of International Trade Associations offers a directory of export management companies at www.
dual-use" export control regime, Hong Kong enjoys a special status.
What is impressive is the energy and endurance with which Export, the lady with the garter tattoo, treats her themes always in new ways.
1) Do carry out an assessment of the export potential for your product.
While production in these new exporting regions is forecast to decline in 2002, they plan to remain export competitors in the world market.
Considering the inescapably morbid nature of the trade he represents, Joel Johnson, a lobbyist for an arms export manufacturers' association, is a remarkably jovial guy, sharp of mind, speedy of tongue, and pretty darn busy these days.
Thanks to a national security establishment obsessed with keeping American technology out of the hands of the Evil Empire, no company in the United States could export a computer more sophisticated than the ancient IBM 486 without fulfilling smothering license requirements from the U.
businesses took for ways to increase business outside the United States, export credit insurance is gaining popularity.