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export

to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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A tiny exchange, with ten wires, was promptly started in London; and on April 2d, 1879, Theodore Vail, the young manager of the Bell Company, sent an order to the factory in Boston, "Please make one hundred hand telephones for export trade as early as possible.
During the period from July-January, 2017-18, the exports of medical goods and surgical instruments grew by 15.
ISLAMABAD -- The exports of fish and fish preparations from the country during first half of current financial year increased by 9.
Miscellaneous food preparations consisted the largest exports ($348 million), principally coffee extracts in sachets, e.
In Pakistan, some sectors, after facing decline in exports in 2015-16, are now showing some positive indicators, as exports of jewellery and gems, bed wear etc, have shown positive trends in first two months of current fiscal year.
Colombo, May 10 -- Sri Lanka's first quarter exports registered a positive growth of 16%, while monthly exports for March jumped by as much as 27%
Summary: DUBAI - Dubai Exports, the export promotion agency of the Department of Economic Development, said on Tuesday that the total value of exports it facilitated in 2011 crossed Dh3 billion.
First quarter exports of Dubai Chamber members climb to a record high Exports of 6,592 Dubai Chamber members in the first quarter of 2008 reached a record high of AED 49 billion, posting a year-on-year growth of 36 % from the AED 36 billion for the same quarter of 2007 (Fig.
For ETI purposes, exports are goods consumed outside the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
exporters accounting for nearly $630 billion in exports or almost 87 percent of the total export value.
universities may be exposed to secret or sophisticated technology, otherwise referred to as "deemed exports.