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  • adjective Not exported.


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un- +‎ exported


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  • Election winner Alassane Ouattara has banned exports of the cash crop—which accounts for a third of gross domestic product—while incumbent Laurent Gbagbo, who is refusing to stand down, has threatened to nationalize the industry and seize unexported stocks.

    Cocoa Slump Looks Likely to Continue Caroline Henshaw 2011

  • Botma said the current expected surplus, if left unexported, would result in South African domestic prices for white maize be - coming so depressed that normal plantings for maize in the next 2000/01 season could be disrupted.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2000

  • Gilbert Ano, president of the Ivorian Cocoa and Coffee Management Committee, said that the state projected tax proceeds of 65 billion West African Francs $138 million from the unexported cocoa.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion 2011

  • On Iraq I gave examples of the unexported ordinance and there is reconstruction work we've done there also that is slowing materially and essentially it is going to move to zero here. Home Page 2009

  • Russian experts predicted that Russian lumber would rot in Russia unexported.

    PH "Kommersant" 2008


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