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export

something to some place to sell something abroad to a particular country. They are now exporting their products to Hungary. We are exporting all our product line to Eastern Europe.

export something to someone or something

to sell something abroad to someone or some country. The company exported alcohol to Brazil. We only export books to our agents abroad.
See also: export
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Food products, electronics and petrochemicals were the leading export from Dubai, together constituting 95 per cent of the net exports.
So next time, maybe we'll see a more appropriately entitled article: "Why Johnny and Jane Can Export.
Infrastructure contracts: Government contractors that have been awarded infrastructure contracts should consider whether their contracts qualify for export tax incentives.
Both sets of regulations are functionally identical in their definition of the deemed export of non-proprietary information.
By 2010, China hopes to export cars and components worth $70 to $100 billion per year.
Martin Kleiweg de Zwaan, chairman of the Dutch Recycling Federation and president of the European Recovered Paper Association, commented to PPI Asia News in April that China currently purchases about 75 percent of Europe's recovered paper exports, some 3 million metric tons per year.
In Mexico, hot export areas include travel services, marketing to manufacturers, telecommunications, information technology, Internet-related products, security equipment, and construction materials.
export controls on "dual-use" goods and technologies.
4) Don't assume that all of your export process needs have to be handled internally.
In addition to export competition, currency relationships have played a role in declining U.
Powers is not persuaded that the developed world, following the lead of the United States, was seriously interested in reevaluating the arms export industry even before September 11; it is even less so now in its wake.
Where Republicans usually fight for reducing regulation and getting government off the back of business, when they turn their attention to export controls, they act like red-tape-loving Democrats.
market for export credit insurance is expanding rapidly as exporters look for ways to maximize foreign sales while minimizing risk.
Since the Bush years, encryption software has been classified as a munition, meaning that companies need a special export license to ship products overseas, just as if they were shipping guns or warheads.