export

(redirected from exporting)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

export

to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
References in periodicals archive ?
of North Bay, says exporting is definitely a good way to increase business.
Exporting can be done either directly or indirectly.
It also cosponsors export training programs with the Commerce Department and other federal agencies and offers free initial consultations on the legal aspects of exporting.
The group sought a fair trade label for its cocoa output and started exporting under fair trade standards by 1997.
7) Do seek advice from people who are experienced and knowledgeable in getting into exporting.
In the early 1980s, American International Group began underwriting export credit insurance, concentrating on Fortune 1000 and middle-market companies with strong, established credit procedures and a proven track record of exporting.
Studies of nuclear export may also help scientists design variations of leptomycin B that prevent Rev from exporting HIV's RNA but allow cells to continue normal nuclear export.
As a financial executive, you know that the economic risks of exporting can seriously affect your bottom line.
ITD provides assistance to Ohio companies that are first time exporters; that are currently exporting and want to develop new markets; and/or want to expand their sales in an existing market.
Egypt's exports to Saudi Arabia, on average over time increased (against the countervailing force of the decline in the price of oil) as Egypt did some of the following in the early to mid-1980s: Egypt helped Iraq out in its war with Iran by exporting food, weapons and labor to Iraq.
Exporting can alter the business relationship with suppliers because of differing standards for raw materials in the foreign marketplace, lead time for delivery of goods and credit terms.
What the numbers do reflect are a greater need to raise awareness on the value of exporting beyond southern borders, he adds.