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EXPORTExtended X-Protocol for Office-Related Technology
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The poor people formerly used to burn a plant, which grows on the coast-rocks, and export the soda from its ashes; but a peremptory order came out prohibiting this practice, and giving as a reason that the partridges would have nowhere to build.
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." The foreign trade had begun.
No State shall, without the Consent of the Congress, lay any Imposts or Duties on Imports or Exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for executing it's inspection Laws: and the net Produce of all Duties and Imposts, laid by any State on Imports or Exports, shall be for the Use of the Treasury of the United States; and all such Laws shall be subject to the Revision and Controul of the Congress.
There was an improving party assembled on the auspicious occasion, who knew what everything they had to eat and drink was made of, and how it was imported or exported, and in what quantities, and in what bottoms, whether native or foreign, and all about it.
(white and black respectively) though not eaten, is agreeable to the public taste and, though not exported, profitable to the general welfare.
Great news this for that fierce old country, whose trade for a generation had been war, her exports archers and her imports prisoners.
There are export and import substitution opportunities, but structural problems caused by past neglect and lack of resolve will limit the country's ability to fully respond.
The majority of developing countries are dependent on primary commodities for export revenues and, of the 141 developing countries, 95 depend on primary commodities for at least 50 percent of their export earnings, analysts said.
An interesting export was the sale of a jackup rig, partially owned by the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority and its partners in Singapore, to new owners in South Africa, boosting the state's exports to that country to more than $100 million.
US continues to remain as the largest export market for Sri Lanka with 24% of Jan-November 2014 exports ($2.43 Bn) heading to it.
The report showed that the largest export sectors during the first half of 2014 were plastic products valued at EGP 5.59bn, followed by fertiliser products valued at EGP 2.9bn.
In the Fourth District states of Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, exports make a significant contribution to the economy.
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