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Economic Perspectives, No. November/December, 1980
The Impact of Freer Trade — The Tokyo Round and the Seventh District
For centuries, governments have placed taxes on imported goods to raise their prices on home markets and discourage their domestic consumption. The purpose of these taxes, called "tariffs," is to shield domestic producers and workers from foreign competition.
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