export (something) to (something)

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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.
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Taking food exports to $6bn and sustaining that level should not be as difficult as years of misaligned priorities and a lack of pragmatic thinking have made it.
The total exports to the USA during July-June (2018-19) were recorded at $4032.998 million against the exports of $3869.875 million during July-June (2017-18), showing an increase of 4.21 percent during the period, according to latest data issued by State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).
The total exports to the USA during July-April (2018-19) were recorded at $3366.942 million against the exports of $3187.320 million during July-April (2017-18), showing an increase of 6.63 percent during the period, according to State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).
Also, there was an increase of 4.8 percent in exports to the US during this period.
Using Asean exports to the Philippines at CIF basis, imports would reach $4.0 billion, or a trade deficit of $3.5 billion.
Exports to China were $1.46 billion, up 18.3 percent, due to strong increases in mineral ores and seafood.
Slowdowns in exports to China and the euro zone received much attention last year, but the greatest concern for Fourth District exporters is still North America.
The networking and matchmaking opportunities as well as support services provided by Dubai Exports to boost exports and re-exports through Dubai also led to 92 deals being concluded in 2012, an increase of 119 per cent over what was accomplished in 2011.
Of which, exports to India were 5554.63 tonnes, down 27.81% year on year, export value was US $ 276 million, down 7.33% year on year.
Direct exports to South and West Asia were the most diversified with products including gold, sugar, petroleum and aluminium; while exports to AGCC were mainly food items.
Saudi Arabia and Qatar were the largest markets in the GCC, with total exports to these two countries posting respective quarter growth of 11 and 5 % to reach respective total values of AED 9.5 bn and AED 7.8 bn.
Exports to Australia/Oceania led the way in 2004 by taking in $784.5 million in U.S.-made construction equipment, a 63 percent gain.
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.