exporting


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Synonyms for exporting

the commercial activity of selling and shipping goods to a foreign country

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India is the sixth-largest apparel exporting country in the world, with exports valued at US$5.
NextLinx software and Web services solutions combine global trade business rules and country-specific trade data, consisting of denied party lists, landed cost components, import and export controls, and customs duties and documentation, to help companies reduce the risks and costs associated with importing and exporting goods across international borders.
government and local exporting resources," he added.
Most haven't even considered the economic potential of exporting.
These businesses admit that exporting is a risky business, but they say the benefits greatly outweigh the risks.
Housing construction has slumped in Toronto, while exporting to the U.
Illinois is one of the nation's largest exporting states, and it's essential we provide this kind of service to our companies to continue these positive results.
The growth of refrigerators and freezers imports and the role of refrigerators and freezers exporting countries in the world marketplace are considered.
More suppliers will be exporting to the EU and the US, depending on their CSA- and UPCcompliant products and strong OEM capability to attract orders.
New projects of mining and exporting the Russian hydrocarbon rough to Europe.
While direct exporting typically is more profitable, it places more demands on exporters because many of the functions that accompany export sales, such as financing and documentation, must be handled inhouse.
Since it began exporting automobiles in 1987, American Honda ranks as the third largest auto exporter from North America behind only General Motors and Ford.
The growth of furniture imports and the role of furniture exporting countries in the world marketplace are also considered.
At one extreme you have EXW, short for ex works, which is an export price that requires the foreign buyer to take receipt of the export shipment at the exporters place of business or at an agreed upon point of delivery within the exporting country.
According to the SBA, small business accounts for 96% of enterprises involved in direct merchandise exporting.