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export

to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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In addition, our mutually-beneficial strategic trade relationship will continue to flourish if we are able to remain confident in the autonomy of Hong Kong's customs territory and export controls under the "one country, two systems" model.
Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Exports for Brazil,
According to the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the value of Dubai's exports and re-exports reached Dh246 billion in 2011, higher than the previous peak of Dh213 billion in 2008.
person, goods which were substantially identical to such property and which were not manufactured, produced, grown, or extracted in the United States" subsidized contracts qualify for export benefits; see Pegs.
In addition to the regulations under BIS, the ODTC also controls exports that could provide sensitive technology to hostile countries through its International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
Solimao Henken, Benfatto Furniture's export manager, sees a more unified Mercosul furniture industry as a good opportunity.
HOW will Japan be affected as China plans to shift its focus in the auto industry to the export of auto parts?
Kicked off by the excess supply created by Germany's mandated collection system in the early '90s, recovered fiber exports have been a mainstay of many merchants' business plans.
From year-to-year non-oil exports from Egypt to Israel often shift radically in product mix and dollar amounts.
While scientists have made great strides in understanding how molecules gain entry into a nucleus, the study of nuclear export has lagged until very recently Now, in a flurry of papers, several research groups have identified molecules that seem to help carry proteins and RNA out of the nucleus.
Some of Ex-Im's most recent deals illustrate exactly how exports are reshaping the American economy.