Tariff Redundancy(redirected from Tariff Redundancies)
A policy in which a tariff is imposed or changed but it does not affect trade because some non-tariff barrier such as an import quota is already in place. Alternatively, a minute change in a tariff may be considered tariff redundancy because the change is not large enough to entice or discourage trade.
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