to dump goods on a market
to get rid of large quantities of excess goods cheaply in an overseas market

"...a serious threat lies in the 400,000 tonnes of subsidized beef in European cold stores. If dumped, this meat will have disastrous effects in Pacific Basin markets" [Australian Financial Review]

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