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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.
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The penultimate section of the article analyzes the case where there is endogenous labor-leisure choice and shows that, even if the cash requirement ratios are the same for all importable and exportable goods, some of our previous results are still valid.
The proposed JMRC Exportable Training Model consists of four key components: support the Army Force Generation concept; train for deployment; Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Integration (RSOI); and occupy Intermediate Staging Base (ISB), Forward Operating Bases (FOBs), and Tactical Assembly Areas (TAAs).
Exportable correspondence modules in Supply, Fuels, Transportation, and Logistics Plans have been created to complement the experience portion of a logistics readiness officer.
There is nothing wrong with bringing in foreign coaches but I would like to think our coaches are also exportable.
BCTED will provide a team manager, observer/trainers and senior mentors for the training program and develop the multimedia exportable training package.
But it is Japanese producers of exportable goods whose direct investments, driven by the strong yen, are having the most deflationary impact on the global economy.
Uganda resumed exporting wildlife two years ago, provoking widespread condemnation from international animal rights activists, who contend animals designated class A endangered species by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) are being smuggled out of Uganda disguised as exportable species.
DISAM also offers four courses as exportable Mobile Education Teams (MET) to international customers.
Featuring embedded Type 1 or exportable communications security, the product provides wideband and narrowband satellite communications and frequency-hopping capabilities.
prices from rising is the extremely low level of prices on the international market--largely the result of an abundance of exportable supplies worldwide and bumper crops in most major importing countries.
The Federation's views on the subject can be summarized as follows: Given that the Federation's stated objective is to maximize the coffee grower's income, the import of coffee from other origins is the best solution to satisfy the domestic market needs and allow exportable coffee to capture its premium in foreign markets.
Another suggestion was that all the software programs should allow users to provide results in a readily exportable format for other types of programs such as spreadsheet and slide presentations.
Last winter, producer Roger Frappier yanked his releases out of the Genie pool and admonished "English" Canadians for ignoring Quebec films; however, like numerous other French-Canadian moviemakers, he decided to shoot potentially exportable English-language features.
One major goal stated was "to develop knowledge driven manufacturing and exportable services to constitute at least 40 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP), offering 20,000 job opportunities every year," said Mr Liew Heng San, managing director of the Economic Development Board (EDB).
The study estimates the exportable surplus and analyzes the future prospects for export of mango.