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direct export UK US noun [C or U] COMMERCE, ECONOMICS
a situation in which a company sells its products directly to customers in another country without using another person or organization to make arrangements for them, or a product that is sold in this way: »

The direct export of goods involves certain procedures, which must be adhered to.


Direct exports of coffee can help farmers benefit from the full potential of product sales.

Compare INDIRECT EXPORT(Cf. ↑indirect export)
direct exporting noun [U]

In direct exporting the exporter handles every aspect of the exporting process.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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