Export Rate

Export Rate

The amount by which the value of an economy's exports grows (or declines) over a period of time. Because net exports are one component in GDP, the export rate contributes to overall growth or decline in an economy.
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The 1% increase in exports of the textile-clothing sector to the European market helps create 40 thousand jobs and the return to an export rate of 4.
He noted that over the past 10 months, agricultural production in Azerbaijan grew by 4 percent, and the export rate reached 40-60 percent.
He also pointed out that the Khalifa award for palm trees helped boost Egypt's export rate.
According to the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, this is the fastest growing export rate for Bulgaria.
CCB's member companies have an export rate of more than 65 per cent of their total sales and represent leading solution providers for a broad portfolio of chemical products and value chains.
CCB's member companies have an export rate of more than 65 percent of their total sales and represent leading solution providers for a broad portfolio of chemical products and value chains.
Meeting on November 26, 2014, the Executive Board of the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) noted the deceleration of the export rate (2.
In 2013, the export rate to Saudi Arabia is 250 per cent of 2012, valued at over $112.
Daily overseas export rate and the supply of Orpic amounted to 895,645 barrels.
SeeNews) - Jul 21, 2014 -A Austrian heat pumps maker Neura AG plans to double its export rate to 80% of its revenue in two years as the German market offers big growth potential, CEO Heinz-Werner Schmidt said in an interview with daily Wirtschaftsblatt.
If this export rate continues, exports from the zones are expected to outstrip the end-year projection of 1.
The initial export rate is slated to be 7 million cubic meters per day, which will then rise to 25 million to fuel the Iraqi power plants in Sadr, Baghdad and al-Mansouryah through a 270-kilometer (167-mile) pipeline.
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