[ek-spawrt-im-pawrt, ek-spohrt-im-pohrt] /ˈɛk spɔrtˈɪm pɔrt, ˈɛk spoʊrtˈɪm poʊrt/
a U.S. federal bank, established in 1934, that is authorized, in the interest of promoting foreign trade, to make loans to foreign governments and commercial enterprises, with the provision that such funds be used only to purchase U.S. goods.
- Export quota
A restriction imposed by a government on the amount or number of goods or services that may be exported within a given period, usually with the intent of keeping prices of those goods or services low for domestic users.
- Export reject
noun 1. an article that fails to meet a standard of quality required for export and that is sold on the home market
[ik-spohz] /ɪkˈspoʊz/ verb (used with object), exposed, exposing. 1. to lay open to danger, attack, harm, etc.: to expose soldiers to gunfire; to expose one’s character to attack. 2. to lay open to something specified: to expose oneself to the influence of bad companions. 3. to uncover or bare to the air, cold, etc.: to […]
[ik-spoh-zuh l] /ɪkˈspoʊ zəl/ noun 1. .