ニュースの中での Export

コロケーションの例

export market 輸出市場
export markets 輸出市場
export trade 輸出貿易
import and export インポートとエクスポート
main export 主な輸出

出版物および例文

The Age
· Another economic crisis and the cupboard appears bare  
Imagine how many Toyota Camry and Holden Caprice cars we would be exporting now at an exchange rate of around 65 cents.
Financial Express
· India initiates anti-dumping probe into imports of polyester yarn from 4 countries  
In international trade parlance, dumping happens when a country or a firm exports an item at a price lower than the price of that product in its domestic market.
The Wall Street Journal
· Geopolitical Power Play Over Coronavirus Vaccine Leaves Drugmakers in the Middle  
Pharmaceutical companies are bracing for export bans on future coronavirus vaccines and spreading production across different continents, on early signs of a high-stakes geopolitical scramble to secure supplies for a scientific breakthrough that could confer enormous economic and political power.
FRANCE 24
· Iran, US prisoners held by two sides  
- Behrooz Behroozian, a 64-year-old dual national, was sentenced to 20 months in October for exporting gas and oil pipeline parts to Iran in violation of sanctions.
Seeking Alpha
· EUR/USD Volatility May Fall, Yet Bearish Trend Remains Intact  
This could put pressure on the euro longer term via exports of investment capital to favor the U.S. market.
Al Jazeera
· US TV host Jimmy Fallon apologises for past blackface skit  
The practice was accepted as mainstream US entertainment and became a cultural export.
The Guardian
· Coronavirus Australia latest: at a glance  
There has been continuing fallout over the Al Kuwait live export ship docked in Fremantle.
Financial Express
· Animal Spirits stuck at the same place as lockdown stall economic activity  
Exports
The New York Times
· Suspect Is Arrested in Anime Studio Fire in Japan That Killed 36  
The attack shocked Japan with its targeting of a leading company in the animation genre, a symbol of the country’s culture and a major soft-power export.
The Guardian
· WA premier admits state was told of sick ship crew but criticises federal government email  
The Western Australian premier, Mark McGowan, has been forced to acknowledge that his state’s health department was notified of sick crew members on board a live export vessel before it docked in Fremantle, but remains critical of the federal Department of Agriculture for not “backing up” such a significant message with “at least a phone call”.