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export

to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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There are export and import substitution opportunities, but structural problems caused by past neglect and lack of resolve will limit the country's ability to fully respond.
The basic concept of the program was to find out ways and means of enhancing the export volume.
Minister Bathiudeen was acknowledging the provisional exports figures by his top officials on 09 May.
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.
Small-exporter exception: While available to all exporters, small exporters can qualify for an exception to the FEP tests under both export benefit regimes if their export sales are $5 million or less (and exporters can elect to limit otherwise qualifying exports for ETI purposes).
Commercial Service, has an effective, low-cost export assistance program and helps small businesses through an entire export process, including finding qualified buyers.
2 hectares of the stuff sells for $20,000 compared to $583 for soy, one of Brazil's top export items.
Given current technological strengths and weaknesses, the emphasis is likely to be on the export of auto parts, rather than complete vehicles.
Gone are the days that one could close the door on an export container and send it off into a "black hole.
It brings in export dollars, it helps our trade balance, it creates and keeps jobs in the U.
To focus specifically on these diversion concerns, the Commerce Department launched the Transshipment Country Export Control Initiative (TECI).