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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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Evans says the project encourages exporting of any kind, whether it is to another community or another country.
However, Jean-Guy Tardif, the manager of information services with External Affairs Canada, warns that many companies make the mistake of tackling exporting because times are tough in the local market.
20 major exporting countries: growth of exports 1999-2004, percentage share, percentage annual change
Finding customers overseas is not difficult and there are many resources available that can help companies new to exporting.
To help CPAs assist clients interested in exporting, this article summarizes many of the export programs available for small businesses.
When it comes to shipping goods abroad, firms new to exporting, especially those that do their own export packing and shipping arrangements, really risk running into problems.
companies that have been successful in exporting and evaluated the impact of these exports on the company and its suppliers.
Market shares of the major furniture exporting countries
They even provide an entire guide to exporting online (http://www.
As contracts for the Middle East and tsunami-ravaged areas are being awarded, government contractors, as well as traditional commercial exporters, find themselves exporting goods and services through defense, humanitarian and developmental programs sponsored directly or indirectly by the U.
Organizations caught violating the EAR and ITAR now face fines of up to $10,000 for the unlicensed exporting of technology.
In short, "Overseas Enterprises" exporting scrap materials as raw materials to China are required to register with AQSIQ.
According to an October 2003 Department of Commerce report titled Small & Medium-Sized Exporting Companies: A Statistical Handbook, 238,284 U.
Export--always and everywhere," she once remarked, "that is to say, exporting myself.