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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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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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During first month, country earned US$ 262.453 million by exporting knitwear as compared the exports of 249.076 million of same month of last year, where as bed wear worth US$207.765 million exported as against US$194.591 million of same period of last year.
Foof commodities worth US$4.609 billion exported as against the exports of US$4.797 billion of same period of last year.
Iran exported 14.477 million tons of gas condensate, worth $5.679 billion, which, compared to the same period last year, indicates a 8 percent decrease in volume and value.
In 2016, Indonesia exported $900 million worth of agri goods and imported a measly $7.3 million.
Meanwhile, exports of tents, canvas and tarpaulin increased by 82.55 percent as 5,226 metric tons of the above mention commodities worth $16.807 million were exported as compared to the exports of 3,651 metric tons valuing $9.207 million of same period of last year.
The third fundamental question is whether allied governments will join with us in taking more advanced measures to ensure that our advanced defense technology remains under well-conceived and administered controls, once exported.
"Today, approximately 35 percent of all the raw sunflower seeds exported from the U.S.
While the old 486 couldn't even play Solitaire, congressional hawks and White House Luddites were convinced that, if exported, it would rev up nuclear weapons plants from Beijing to Baghdad.
On countless occasions, this administration has sent high-powered people to the Hill, including Attorney General Janet Reno and FBI Director Louis Freeh, warning us that if encryption is freely exported, it will create serious domestic and international security problems and hamstring our law enforcement and intelligence operations.
It has increased, however, from the 2 million tons of oil equivalent that Egypt exported to Israel in 1981, the peak year of Egypt's exports to Israel in current dollar terms.
More important, the HMT is levied directly on exported goods, with reference to their value, and hears no relationship to port services rendered to a shipper.
Although the values of both exported and imported goods and services increased markedly last year, the value of imports rose somewhat more, causing the deficit in goods and services to widen slightly.
goods are exported by multinational corporations, the Commerce Department is currently assisting small and midsize firms.
Counter trade--These techniques include exchanging one commodity for another, involving three or more parties to a transaction, or allowing importers to pay for the exported equipment with goods produced with that equipment.
However, the exports of rice other then basmati reduced by 1.61 per cent and about 3.346 million metric tons rice valuing US$1.430 billion exported as compared the exports of 3.535 million metric tons worth of US$1.453 billion of same period of last year.