1) SHOW CARD
2) INTERVIEWER: THESE MUST BE ASKED IN THE ORDER THEY APPEAR ON THE TABLE
In fiscal year 2005, what percent of this establishment's sales were:
Indirect exports (sold domestically to third party that exports products)
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
1) Where sales are made. The purpose of this question is to determine where the establishment's customers are located.
Domestic sales are when goods or services are sold inside the borders of the country.
An indirect export is when the manufacturer sells its goods to a trader or another agent who then exports the product without modifications. Products that the manager knows are smuggled abroad should be counted as indirect exports.
Direct export is the sale of goods where the immediate recipient is outside the borders of the country.