exporter

[ verb ik-spawrt, -spohrt, ek-spawrt, -spohrt; noun, adjective ek-spawrt, -spohrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exporter

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He bids the exporter 4.86-1/2 for his lard bills, and gets the contract.

It is first as an exporter of frozen meat, and second as a shipper of wool.

Occasionally an exporter is caught and fined; but that does not stop the traffic.

He was a great merchant of the country, a wealthy importer and exporter.

The limit in the downward direction to the price of exchange is the last margin of profit to the exporter as such.

As regards pepper, it has been previously shewn that North Borneo was in former days an exporter of this spice.

Not that the price to the Chinese receiver would increase; the dues must fall upon the exporter.

These trade marks are sometimes the property of the manufacturer, but more commonly of the exporter.

Besides the forfeiture of the goods, the exporter incurs the penalty of 3s.

As an exporter, his command of cheap capital, his experience, his The Foreign Middleman.

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