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24 December, 13:52

Indirect exporting refers to

selling a firm's domestically produced products in a foreign country through an intermediary.

offering the right to a trademark, patent, trade secret, or similarly valued item of intellectual property in return for a royalty or fee.

selling a firm's domestically produced products in a foreign country without interference by that government.

contracting with a foreign firm to manufacture products according to stated specifications.

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  1. 24 December, 14:08
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    Indirect exporting refers to "selling a firm's domestically produced products in a foreign country through an intermediary"

    Option: A

    Explanation:

    The exporting is done to benefit nation by maintaining a trade relationship with the participating nation. This is performed both directly and indirectly, here indirect exporting is favored more by small and medium traders, who may not capable or eligible enough to implement direct exporting. Thus such traders follow the exchange of their domestically manufactured products via intermediary, where benefit may vary from direct exporting, but it may be only option for such traders during their current situation.
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