Chinese Export Recalls

Chinese export recalls may refer to:

Other articles related to "exports, export":

Export - Statistical Data and Market Reports
... Data on the value of exports and their quantities often broken down by detailed lists of products are available in statistical collections on international trade published by the statistical services of ... To promote exports, many government agencies publish on the web export market reports by sector and country USCS and FAS in the United States, EDC and AAFC in Canada, Ubifrance in France, UKTI in the ...
Tŷ Nant - Background - Export
... A new bottling plant, now at source, was constructed and began bottling in December 1996 ... This state-of-the-art, 45,000 square feet (4,200 m2) of purpose-built factory, warehouse and office space is sited directly above the original borehole from which water was first drawn in 1976 ...
Weifa - Export
... Weifa’s leading export markets are Germany and United Kingdom ... Besides these two essential export markets, Weifa has a long-standing presence in all the main countries of the European Union, in Eastern Europe, in Africa, in North America, in South America and in Asia ...
C Plus Plus - Compatibility - Exported Templates
... One particular point of contention is the export keyword, intended to allow template definitions to be separated from their declarations ... widely available compiler to implement export was Comeau C/C++, in early 2003 (five years after the release of the standard) in 2004, the beta compiler of Borland C++ Builder X was also ... Herb Sutter, former convener of the C++ standards committee, recommended that export be removed from future versions of the C++ standard ...

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