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  • n. Plural form of exporter.


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  • Stepherson agrees, "I see strength and opportunity in exporters, in international companies, in those selling abroad, generally large cap."

    Quantitative Easing May Not Revive The U.S. Economy

  • One of the world's biggest rice exporters is Thailand.

    Severe Weather Has Little Affect on Asia's Rice Market

  • The Osaka-based company, like other Japanese exporters, is also feeling the pinch from the strong yen, which lowers the amount of revenue earned abroad when repatriated into yen.

    Sharp, LG Warn of TV Glut

  • "The mentality of Mexican exporters is becoming more competitive, and cost-effectiveness in transportation is a must."

    Supply Chain Reaction

  • Latin American exporters of products as prosaic as soybeans are now especially susceptible.

    Rising Commodity Prices Can Harm

  • It will meet with continuing opposition from Latin American exporters who cannot tolerate U.S. discriminatory anti-dumping practices in agriculture, steel and other processed items.

    'Dim And Perverse'

  • Many of the largest exporters from the Third World have become successful through a combination of lowcost labour, a strong work ethic, and, unfortunately, in some cases substantial subsidies, hidden or overt, for exporters.

    Canada in a Fragile World

  • And we are doing this, in the main, by selling in the markets of Western Europe and North America where competition from domestic manufacturers and other exporters is fiercest.

    The World is Our Market

  • It is interesting to note that being firmly convinced that trade to flourish and develop must be on a two-way basis, our commercial services are just as ready and just as well equipped to assist Latin American exporters to find a market for their products in Canada as they are to assist Canadian exporters to find a market abroad.

    Latin America on the March—A Valuable Partnership

  • Our purpose as exporters is to foster and boost Canadian trade, but what we want is more cooperation by Canadian manufacturers, by Great Britain, and finally by powers that be in Ottawa, in order to make Canada a greater nation.

    The Pan-Arab Movement and The Sterling Bloc


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