import-export trade

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import-export trade

[ˌɪmpɔːtˈekspɔːtˌtreɪd] Ncomercio m de importación y exportación
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It's unbalanced between the London area and the rest and it's unbalanced because of the import-export trade gap.
Services offered under the interest-free banking comprise deposits, foreign exchange and money transferring services, and will be obtainable for customers who involve in trade partnerships, agricultural forwards contracts, construction, manufacturing and import-export trade.
He recalled, in this regard, that the seven Tunisian ports serve 95% of Tunisia's import-export trade transactions.
He also called for increasing cooperation between the two countries in a range of fields, especially activating import-export trade.
During the meeting OCCI Chairman stressed the importance ofstrengthening the economic relations between representatives fromprivate sector in both countries to serve mutual interests and toincrease inter-cooperation opportunities between the two countriesin a range of fields, specially activating import-export trade, takinginto consideration the strategic benefits that give both countriesgreat economic opportunities they should use in a framework ofsuccessful trade partnership.
The financial services envisioned by the system include petty loans to allow small and medium-sized businesses to engage in international trading, financing guarantees for small and medium-sized businesses as well as logistics, warehousing and international settlement finance, all of which are meant to fill the gap in the import-export trade finance services in the zone.
The company, founder of the US-Asia Import-Export Trade Portal said the website also focuses on markets in the Middle East, specifically Israel, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates offering a wide range of stock and custom springs such as torsion, industrial, precision, leaf, iron, die, spiral, compression, wave, Belleville and other spring types made from stainless steel, tool steel, alloy steel, brass, copper, titanium, plastic composite and other materials.
They consider such topics as grasping the multi-stage characteristics of macro-control in the current economic cycle, financial markets and monetary policy in 2006, commercial banks, agriculture and the rural economy as part of the national economy, land prices in Chinese cities, the productive materials market, and the import-export trade imbalance and relevant adjustments.
By Tesfa-alem Tekle May 3, 2009 (ADDIS ABABA) -- Landlocked Ethiopia this week admitted the nation's high dependency to only Djibouti port has become a big concern to her as the volume of its fast growing import-export trade keeps booming with time.
The site will also benefit from the creation of an economic and logistical activity zone which will serve as a centre for services, import-export trade and international road transit towards the countries of Africa.
The contemporary norm of privately sponsored knowledge has led vested interests to expect uncritical public relations exercises in support of their import-export trade.
There is a tale of a year of silence, signs and portents and death lying in wait for the import-export trade.