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export (something) to (something)

To sell or send something to another country. If we start exporting our products to Germany, it might lead to more business in Europe overall.
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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, to
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The lumber was practically valueless for export to other settlements across the mountain roads, which were equally rich in timber.
Notably, an ample proportion of the respondents [43.3 percent] are exporting or planning to export to look for new markets because the domestic market is small,' the survey said.
* Management Perception toward export barriers: Literature reviewed by Abey and Slater (1989); Zou and Stan (1998) found Management perception toward supposed export barriers such as expected risk, costs involved and intricacy of export to be the important forecaster's of export excellence.
On the other hand, total export to Kuwait during the quarter, valued at AED 2.2 bn, was just about the same level as in the previous quarter.
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Countries such as Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium have made export to China a mainstay of their business portfolio, and, similar to the United States in the early '90s, domestic mills have awakened to the reality that export is here to stay.
Now 36, she is president of La Femme International Import-Export Inc., a Woodland Hills, California-based firm that produces medical supplies and pharmaceuticals for export to countries on the African continent, Brazil, and Mexico.
and Chinese law, many items that are controlled for export to China such as high performance computers, certain telecommunications equipment, and certain semiconductor testing equipment and materials do not require a license for export to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Ticona recently closed a $1.5 million deal in Shanghai with Chinese clothing producers to export to them 250 tons of washed, carded and combed alpaca fiber.