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export

to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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In 2012 we will continue to focus on increasing the exports of small and medium enterprises [SMEs], enhancing competitiveness of local companies, and raising the level of their products," he said.
Beyond resale of exports at commissaries, there are three situations in which exports are not eligible for tax benefits:
office of the law firm of Baker & Hostetler, LLP, practicing in the areas of white collar crime, export control, not-for-profit organizations, and business litigation.
China's vehicle and auto parts exports grew much faster (by 51 percent year-on-year to $1.
export control system, Hong Kong must continue to ensure that the integrity and autonomy of its customs territory is not compromised and that its actions do not undermine the reality or the perception that Hong Kong is separate from mainland China.
17) Do consider your options for entering foreign markets if you decide to take the direct export route for these are numerous.
The bishops argue that purely economic goals can never provide moral cover for arms exports.
In the security-crazed Cold War years, export control decisions almost always trumped corporate wishes--and in some cases, with good reason.
enhance the export of environmentally beneficial products overseas.
Earlier this year, the White House announced a new set of crypto-export rules that, while complex enough to require a lawyer to parse, seem to take the lid off the export of encryption almost entirely.
Chart 10B shows rather starkly how important Israel was for Egypt's interregional export mar kets in the 1980-1988 time period.