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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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Having found alternative sources of low-cost drugs, she sought to create an export business bringing similar benefits to others.
Much to its credit, Hong Kong has put in place a world-class system of export controls relating to strategic trade, and has repeatedly emphasized its commitment to maintaining the effectiveness of this system.
Table 10: World Pepper Production and Exports (2009- 2011):
Of the 42 export transactions facilitated by Dubai Exports during the year, 35 per cent were new deals while new exporters won 50 per cent of the deals.
I not only know how to export, but I also enable countless other small businesses the opportunity to compete--and thrive--in the global marketplace.
Beyond resale of exports at commissaries, there are three situations in which exports are not eligible for tax benefits:
Some experts in this area estimate that federal agents will make between 40 and 60 visits to research universities in coming months to investigate deemed exports.
Brazil's furniture exports averaged 29% annual growth from 1990 to 2003 and by mid-2004 was on track to easily exceed the previous year's record output of $661.
In April, Deputy Commerce Minister Wei Jianguo outlined a short-term target to increase automobile and component exports to within a range of $15 billion to $20 billion in 2005.
Martin Kleiweg de Zwaan, chairman of the Dutch Recycling Federation and president of the European Recovered Paper Association, commented to PPI Asia News in April that China currently purchases about 75 percent of Europe's recovered paper exports, some 3 million metric tons per year.
Between 95% and 97% of Egypt's interregional exports in oil now goes to Israel.
Constitution, which prohibits Congress from imposing any duty on exports.
As for nuclear export, the creation of proteins requires it.
exports, Ex-Im is having a banner year, supporting approximately $12.
The values of exports and imports grew rapidly and at about the same rate, but net exports fell because die initial value of imports was somewhat higher than the initial value of exports.