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export

to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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If the purchasing manager doesn't notify the company's import department that the fabric was sent to the Hong Kong manufacturer, the cost information given to US.
Customs Service before leaving home, she could have gotten information on how to import her container, including a list of authorized shipping agents and brokers participating in its Automated Manifest System.
The deficit flattened over the course of the year, and it narrowed sharply in the fourth quarter, as imports of goods and services flagged while exports picked up (chart 1).
Buster said doubts about imports might bear more heavily on Eagle Mountain, because El Sobrante figures heavily in county plans for disposal of its own trash.
If you want to add spreadsheet data that will not change to a word processing document, a simple data import into your spreadsheet will work best.
2013): Percentage Breakdown of Annual Import Value by
The increase in the value of exports was almost matched by the increase in the value of imports (table 2).
ISLAMABAD -- The gold imports during first half of current fiscal year grew by 29.
elimination or reduction of import price undercutting, suppression and
Through its effect on import prices, the rise in the dollar also had an initially favorable impact on the value of imports and the trade balance in the first half of 1989, the familiar J-curve effect.
17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Analysis Of The Agricultural Sector In GCC Countries: Major Crops With The Production, Consumption, Import And Export Data With Trends For The Last Decade (2004-2014)" report to their offering.