direct export Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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direct exportnoun [C or U]

a ​situation in which a ​companysells 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 ​directexport of ​goods involves ​certainprocedures, which must be adhered to. Direct ​exports of coffee can ​helpfarmersbenefit from the ​fullpotential of ​productsales.
direct exporting
noun [U]
In ​directexporting the ​exporterhandles every aspect of the ​exportingprocess.
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