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indirect exportnoun [C or U]

uk   us   COMMERCE, ECONOMICS
a ​situation in which a ​companysells its ​products to ​customers in another country using an ​intermediary (= a ​person or ​organization that ​arrangesbusinessagreements), or a ​product that is ​sold in this way: Through ​indirectexport, ​companies can ​sellproducts to ​intermediaries in China and these ​middlemen can ​bring the ​product into the ​market. Indirect ​exports are ​excluded from the ​data.
indirect exporting
noun [U]
Indirect ​exporting is ​frequently used when ​producers are ​entering new ​markets, as it has less ​cost and ​risk associated with it.
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