Definition of exporter
: one that exports; specifically : a wholesaler who sells to merchants or industrial consumers in foreign countries
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China has been vocal in defending the Paris accord, and has become the world’s number one manufacturer, developer and exporter of renewable energy.
The shale boom already has the U.S. on track to become a net exporter of gas in 2018 for the first time in decades.
The BMW plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina, was in fact the largest single auto exporter, sending $9.5 billion in SUVs through the Port of Charleston to the rest of the world.
The shipments are putting the U.S. on the path to becoming a net gas exporter by next year — a welcome development for the nation’s gas bulls, who need exports to bolster prices as mild weather leaves a stubborn stockpile glut intact.
BMW’s factory in Spartanburg, S.C., is the largest single exporter, by dollar value, in the American automotive industry.
America is poised to become a net energy exporter over the next decade.
That, in turn, would harm U.S. exporters and raise prices for consumers.
But before anybody thinks the nation’s largest exporter is going to ditch the commercial market — which is in the dumps these days — for model airplanes on steroids, keep in mind that the Scan Eagle doesn’t account for much on the bottom line.
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