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  • Andres
    by Andres

    Spain Trade partners

    02/16/2016 03:15 PM
    Hello! I'm a construction materials business owner and I'm looking for international trade partners. How can I find them on Export Portal?
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    • Trade partners
      02/18/2016 11:36 AM

      You can go to (or Home page and click ”DIRECTORY” underneath the logo) and both chat and contact the listed companies to see what business you can do with them.

    • It is simple
      02/15/2017 02:28 PM

      Hello! You can find B2B partners on Export Portal. Just join and make a B2B request. You can find partner companies all over the world.

  • Helena
    by Helena

    Netherlands Certificate of free sale

    02/26/2016 10:19 AM
    Could you  please explain to me what is the certificate of free sale?
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    • Free-sale certificate
      03/02/2016 05:05 PM

      Here's for the Netherlands - You may need a free-sale certificate (FSC) if you export food products, non-food products, animal feed or medical devices to non-EU/non-EEA countries. This applies among others to food and non-food products, animal feed, medical devices, crop protection agents and biocides. All FSC products must comply with European law and must be marketable without any restrictions within the EU. To stay in touch with the information you need and what to do properly,check this out

    • Hello there
      03/09/2016 04:23 PM

      Certificate of free sale is sometimes referred to as a "Certificate for Export" or "Certificate to Foreign Governments". This certificate is often required by some foreign governments. The certificate is evidence that goods, such as food or cosmetics are sold or distributed legally in the open market. More information here:

    • Certificate for free sale
      12/07/2016 10:47 AM

      This is a document which is required in certain countries or for certain commodities (such as pharmaceuticals), certifying that the specified imported goods are normally and freely sold in the exporting country's open markets and are approved for export.

  • Jake
    by Jake

    United States of America Business term

    04/13/2016 11:54 AM
    What is this term in business "bien elu" or something like that? When I was trying to find its meaning, was with no result, but for sure heard of it. Thank you.
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    • Your term is almost right
      04/13/2016 12:25 PM

      What you talk about is "Benelux", business is only a part of it. The Benelux Union (Dutch: Benelux Unie; French: Union Benelux) is a politico-economic union of three neighbouring states in central-western Europe: Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. The name—Benelux—is formed from joining the first two or three letters of each country's name—Belgium Netherlands Luxembourg—and was first used to name the customs agreement that initiated the union (signed in 1944). It is now used more generally to refer to the geographic, economic and cultural grouping of the three countries. In 1951, these countries joined West Germany, France, and Italy to form the European Coal and Steel Community, a predecessor of the European Economic Community (EEC) and today's European Union (EU). The main institutions of the Union are the Committee of Ministers, the Benelux Parliament, the Council of the Union and the Secretariat-General, while the Benelux Organization for Intellectual Property and the Benelux Court of Justice cover the same territory but are not part of the Union. The Benelux Secretariat-General is located in Brussels. It is the central administrative pillar of the Benelux Union. It handles the secretariat of the Committee of Ministers, the Council of Economic Union and the various committees and working parties. Moreover, it ensures the registry of the Benelux Court of Justice. Welcome.

  • Jake
    by Jake

    United States of America Tea

    04/13/2016 12:06 PM
    I know a big amount of tea is growing in India, but it is not less famous in UK, it is even a national drink there. How does it come that India is producing, but it's more popular in UK? Or maybe I'm not well informed.
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    • Tea
      04/13/2016 12:12 PM

      Actually tea is popular in both places. If in India it is due to its origin, in UK it is due to the different technologies used for producing good ready-for-use tea. I suppose a big role in this, are the tea with various adding of flavors, fruits, etc.

    • Tea is popular everywhere in the world!
      11/10/2016 04:32 PM

      I could disagree with the idea that tea is much more popular in Great Britain rather than in India. The UK is famous for "half past three, everything stops for tea" when Indian tea manufacturers are known globally. The only difference is that tea did not become a cult in Indian culture. India produces tea, Great Britain buys it in big quantities.

  • Joel
    by Joel

    United States of America Olive oil

    04/27/2016 11:11 AM
    Which one is the best for food: Spanish or Greek oil?
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    • Every country has its taste :)
      04/27/2016 12:01 PM

      Actually there are more countries producing olive oil: Spain, Italy, Greece, Syria, Morocco, Turkey, Tunisia, Portugal, Algeria and others in the world. So I'd rather say every type of it has its taste and every is better for a specific meal.

    • Everything depends on the region
      11/10/2016 04:36 PM

      The differences between Spanish and Greek olive oils are not easily noticeable as these are usually mixed and sold in the same bottle. While the product maybe labeled as Spanish, it is actually a combination of oils from difference countries, including Spain, Greece, and Italy; only the blending and packaging is done in Spain. This is due to the fact that the per capita consumption of olive oil in Spain far exceeds what the country can produce. To meet the international demand for this oil, the country imports olive oil from Italy and Greece.

    • simple
      03/01/2017 04:33 PM

      Both of these products are really good. You can not tell which is the best, because they have their own taste properties

  • Tone
    by Tone

    United States of America B2B

    05/23/2016 04:57 PM
    If I use the B2B opportunity on Export Portal, do I have the possibility to buy as a seller through the B2B page or should I register as a buyer on another account or what are my next steps? Thanks.
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    • You have to register
      11/30/2016 11:18 AM

      In order to buy the products from Export Portal, you have to register as a buyer. The users, registered as sellers, manufacturers and shippers cannot buy the items, using their profiles.

    • try it
      03/01/2017 04:43 PM

      Hello you have to register on Export Portal as a buyer.




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