over $500 million in arms to Iraq in the early 1980s.
The value of exported
goods and services rose almost 12 percent last year, the fastest rate of increase since 1989 (table 3).
The United States strongly supported a December 2000 United Nations General Assembly resolution calling for a break in the link between diamonds and conflict and a July 2000 UNSC resolution calling on member states to ban the import of diamonds from Sierra Leone unless exported
under a certification process approved by the United Nations Sanctions Committee.
No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported
from any state.
Right-hand-drive Toyotas exported
from the United States to Japan rose 230.
Aircraft accounted for about 15 percent of the increase in exported
capital goods, but most of the rise occurred in the first part of the year; deliveries in the second half of the year were 12 percent less than those in the first half.
The United States has established rules governing the strength of encryption algorithms that can be exported
internationally, and it imposes significant penalties for companies who violate those rules.
None of us wants to have to explain after the fact why our exported
weapons technology was able to be used by a terrorist state to strike out at our own interests.
A product to be exported
should be evaluated against market criteria that may differ from the domestic criteria.
Germany is Ford's largest export market in Europe, accounting for 58 percent of its vehicles exported
to Europe from North America.
exports will come from companies that haven't previously exported
announced today that it has exported
its 100,000th U.