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export

to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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A good start would be to read Exporting, Importing, and Beyond: How to 'Go Global' With Your Small Business by Lawrence W.
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.
Forecast production in traditional exporting countries, excluding the U.
In 1989, the then Soviet Union was the planet's major weapons supplier, exporting nearly $20 billion in arms to Warsaw Pact and other client states--most in the developing world.
In the early 1980s, American International Group began underwriting export credit insurance, concentrating on Fortune 1000 and middle-market companies with strong, established credit procedures and a proven track record of exporting.
Studies of nuclear export may also help scientists design variations of leptomycin B that prevent Rev from exporting HIV's RNA but allow cells to continue normal nuclear export.
Among other considerations, your supplier should be a well-managed, reliable firm with experience in exporting.
568 million by exporting 102,067 metric tons of vegetables in four months of current financial year as compared the exports of 125,638 metric tons valuing of US$ 35.
What the numbers do reflect are a greater need to raise awareness on the value of exporting beyond southern borders, he adds.
Hollywood has been exporting California to the world since the first movie was made here in 1911, so we take advantage of that name recognition in marketing our agricultural products," Klose says.
Leawood's approach is simple: Find small firms of 75 to 100 employees with one or two exportable product lines, then either purchase their goods and find markets abroad or undertake the risk involved in exporting them to buyers identified by the manufacturer.